Robert Browne

Please Show your Support for Robert & the Browne Family


Team Robert Browne was formed by friends and family in response to an unfortunate surfing accident. Our goal is to raise money in order to assist Robert and the Browne family in paying for medical and living expenses related to Robert’s disabling spinal cord injury.

On July 3, 2014, Robert started his day following his passion of surfing in his hometown of Long Beach, New York. 

To avoid colliding with, and potentially injuring a young lady, Robert dove off his board hitting a sand bar and shattering his C5 and C6 vertebrate with shards affecting his spinal cord suffering a serious spinal injury.

Robert has lost the use of his legs and is restricted to a wheel chair, he is currently battling to regain use of his legs with physical therapy and has limited use of his hands.


7 thoughts on “Please Show your Support for Robert & the Browne Family

  1. Please contact me my son had spinal cord injury 2009 said he would never walk and he is walking I can help you get the help he needs

  2. Miracles are normal! I expect a miracle for you Robert! It is amazing what prayer and your will can achieve!!

  3. Wishing you all the best! Stay strong! You are an amazing kid! You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers!

  4. Robert, we need more people in the world like you… People who are constantly caring and thinking and making sacrifices for the people around them. If more people did what you did for that young lady on a daily basis our world would be moving towards unconditional peace. The most important thing for you to have is a positive mindset and never ending perseverance. I had a mom who beat leukemia with never ending mental strength. This is all you need. Never give up Robert, you are an amazing person. We are all praying for for you. God bless you. God will reward your good deed <3

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