Former Union football player creates foundation to help those with spinal cord injuries

Former Union football player regains movement after being paralyzed, helps others

TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:

  • Former Union High School football player is paralyzed from the waist down.
  • Sterling Thomas was injured as a freshman.
  • He started the Push Push Pray Foundation to help others with spinal cord injuries pay for wheelchairs, rehab.
  • Donations can be made at First Bank of Oklahoma

A former Union High School football player does his part to help those with spinal cord injuries.

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Sterling Thomas was injured while playing his freshman year. He's paralyzed from the waist down.

He started the Push Push Pray Foundation to help those with similar injuries. They offer money to pay for wheelchairs and rehab.

Donations can be me at the First Bank of Oklahoma. All proceeds go to help those with spinal cord injuries.