A lot can happen in 12 months. Catch up on Conor’s progress with the latest letter from the Tweedy FamilyRead More
The notes might not have been quite on key but this was the best rendition of “Shallow” we’ve seen.Read More
“Your kindness and generosity will make a real difference to Conor’s chances now and in the future and will never be forgotten.
This year we will focus on Conor’s last year of school and rehab and we will not actively pursue fundraising for the time being, but hope instead to do our part to give back to the community.” - Tweedy Family.
A big step as Conor graduates from the PA Spinal Unit, seven months after his accident.
(Image: Conor and his grandparents Joan and David Pincus)Read More
Six minute walking challenges with support, starting from scratch in wheelchair rugby and the frustration of doing up buttons - Conor continues to work hard to make the most of his progress.Read More
Our special thanks to the extended Terrace Community for the incredible day that was Conor’s Long Lunch.
Watch the video for a glimpse into a day filled with fun, friendship and laughter.Read More
Conor and Sean interviewed on 9 NewsRead More
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. Thank you to our amazing supporters over the past 5 months. We couldn’t have done it without youRead More
Brisbane sunshine, elegant table settings under the shady boughs of Moreton Bay figs, music, good food and wine and over 1600 friends transformed the ovals at Tennyson to the perfect very long lunch venue.Read More
Four months on from Conor’s injury Sean and Bec speak to the ABC about his progressRead More
Two teens, two broken necks, two remarkable journeys towards recovery
Conor and OIlie draw on resilience and a great attitude after both suffering serious spinal cord injuries.Read More