Paralyzed Veterans of America

Help Paralyzed Veterans of America provide veterans and their families with the support and assistance they need by sharing our public service announcements with your audience. For over 70 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America has helped people with disabilities — veterans and civilians alike — move forward in life with dignity and independence.

Never Back Down

Never Back Down

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Paralyzed Veterans of America is excited to announce the launch of our third public service announcement, Never Back Down, as part of our UnstoppABLE campaign.

Never Back Down features three veterans with spinal cord injuries participating in a Paralyzed Veterans of America adaptive skiing program. Their UnstoppABLE determination and power of perseverance are on full display.

Never Back Down seeks to motivate all people with disabilities to be UnstoppABLE and exhibit the awe-inspiring adaptive sports programs supported by Paralyzed Veterans of America.

  • Never Back Down

    Never Back Down

  • Together We Are UnstoppABLE - Upbeat

    Together We Are UnstoppABLE - Upbeat

  • Together We Are UnstoppABLE - Inspiring

    Together We Are UnstoppABLE - Inspiring

  • What’s Stopping You?

    What’s Stopping You?

  • Champions

    Champions

Together We Are UnstoppABLE – Upbeat

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Paralyzed Veterans of America celebrates the indomitable spirit of veterans with spinal cord injury and disease with a new series of upbeat and inspiring public service announcements, Together We Are UnstoppABLE.

In Together We Are UnstoppABLE, listeners will hear from veterans who have regained their independence thanks in part to Paralyzed Veterans of America and their adaptive sports programs.

The PSAs seek to inspire other people with disabilities to be UnstoppABLE and demonstrate how innovative Paralyzed Veterans of America programs empower veterans, help them transcend adversity and conquer challenges.

  • Together We Are UnstoppABLE – Upbeat

about

Paralyzed Veterans of America is a congressionally chartered, 501(c)(3) veterans service organization. Founded in 1946, PVA has developed unique expertise in a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction. Programs, services and advocacy are focused on quality health care, support for medical research and education, advocacy for veteran benefits and civil rights for all people with disabilities to maximize their independence.

questions

For questions, please contact pva@psadirect.com.