Spina Bifida of Jacksonville – Support for Patients and Families

Spina Bifida Jacksonville is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1973 to provide support for families living with Spina Bifida. Spina Bifida is the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the United States. An average of 8 babies everyday are born with Spina Bifida or a similar birth defect of the brain and spine.

Our goal is to create a network of support for local families. Spina Bifida Jacksonville strives to advocate for, educate and serve patients and families whose lives have been touched by Spina Bifida.

More Than 166,000 Americans Are Living With Spina Bifida. If you have been impacted by someone with Spina Bifida and wish to help, you can make a donation to Spina Bifida of Jacksonville or learn more about how you can volunteer with Spina Bifida of Jacksonville.

Spina Bifida of Jacksonville would like to thank The Amelia Island Concours staff and volunteers for sharing their passion for automobiles with us and raising awareness and funds to support those living with Spina Bifida in Northeast Florida.

We would also like to extend our sincerest gratitude to:
John Oates and Aimee OatesPaul Teutul Jr of Paul Jr.Designs Mark and Michelle of Pine and Perfume RM Sotheby’s Roger Penske and Team Penske David Geisinger and Aimee Cardwell as well as the attendees and donors of the Amelia Takeover Dinner. Kelly Telfer of Kelly Telfer Art Prints And Hagerty for including us in your Hagerty Youth Judging Program and encouraging our young participants to become the next generation of classic car enthusiasts!