Conor’s accident was a tragedy that shattered the vision of life which we had built for ourselves. It goes without saying that if there was any possible way to take away Conor’s tetraplegia and have him whole again we would take it in a heartbeat. However during even the darkest days there have been some undeniable “threads of gold”.Read More
Every donation goes toward Conor’s recovery, rehabilitation and equipment and will enable Conor to take advantage of new and developing clinical breakthroughs in neurostimulation and stem cell research, regardless of where in the world they occur.Read More
When Conor sustained his spinal injury his parents Bec and Sean understood the consequences immediately. As Conor lay paralysed Sean was faced with the question, will Conor be ok?
Sean’s answer might surprise you.Read More
It’s now three and a half months since Conor’s accident and he is working hard and making progress everyday.Read More
Join us for Conor’s Long Lunch!
It’s going to be the party of the year - 1300 tickets sold already and more available!
Everyone is welcome to attend - book your table or individual tickets now!
Great things can happen when you are inspired by a champion like George Smith!Read More
Terrace Semi Formal
Conor and Alex attend in style!
Conor continues to impress his with his humour, balance and composure. In the face of still-uncertain physical outcomes, he remains hopeful of a good recovery but realistic enough to know that might not happen. From pushing his wheelchair to picking up twisties with his fingers, every improvement makes a difference.Read More
Conor set himself a goal to return to Tennyson for the last home game.Read More
From bake sales on Jersey Island to quiz nights and car raffles in Brisbane, the Tweedy Family are incredibly grateful for the support to give Conor his best future.Read More
So much inspiration from one of Conor’s favourite champions David Pocock.Read More