The Neurokinex Charitable Trust

The Neurokinex Charitable Trust (Charity No 1169964) is a registered charity that provides specialised neurological rehabilitation for various forms of paralysis. We believe that everyone living with a neurological impairment as a result of paralysis deserves access to high quality rehabilitation and wellness programmes based on the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience and neuro-restorative research.

Bursary Fund


This is an open-ended campaign that is designed to allow for your donation to contribute to the participation in Neurokinex Activity-Based Rehabilitation programmes for a person or group of people selected through our bursary award scheme.

Latest News: Our paediatric reward scheme (up to the age of 18) is now open and accepting applications.

To apply for funding please contact for an application form.


Innovation Fund


This campaign allows your donation to contribute to the improvement of a Neurokinex facility through the purchase of specialised rehabilitation or diagnostic equipment. Choose from:

  • Gatwick
  • Hemel
  • Bristol




Neurokinex Kids Fund


This campaign is specifically set-up to raise funds to implement a specialised Neurokinex Paediatric Programme based at Neurokinex Gatwick, West Sussex. Funds raised will cover:

  • Neuro gym fit-out
  • Specialised paediatric rehabilitation equipment
  • Paediatric rehabilitation training/accreditation

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Want to donate by post?

If you would like to make a donation by post, please send a cheque payable to The Neurokinex Charitable Trust with an accompanying letter or note to specify which fund you would like the donation to be made to. The postal address for the donation is
The Neurokinex Charitable Trust, Ground Floor North Wing Focus 31, Mark Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 7BW

Our Approach

We aim to achieve our objectives through:

  1. Provision of specialised neurological rehabilitation & wellness programmes through Community projects, National Health Service partnerships and Research organisation collaborations
  2. Reducing financial hardship suffered by those who suffer from a disability related to a neurological impairment through the provision of financial assistance to either individuals or other not-for-profit organisations
  3. The advancement of education through the support of scientific, medical and technological research into neurological conditions and the publication of useful results of such research
  4. The advancement of education and training by providing financial assistance to individuals or not-for-profit organisations to improve the provision of neurological rehabilitation for those with neurological impairments.

Board of Trustees

Our Board of Trustees is made up of a variety of skillsets, backgrounds and experience in order to ensure the charitable trust is steered by a broad, dynamic leadership team with a smart and diligent focus on achieving the objectives set out in the constitution.

The Board of Trustees consist of

Mr Ian Curtis (Chair)
Mrs Kate Thornton-Jones
Mrs Sara Warren
Mr Harvey Sihota
Mr David Smith MBE