About Us


The foundation is named after and inspired by motorbike stuntman, Eddie Kidd. In 1996 Eddie suffered a near fatal accident performing at the Bulldog Bash at Long Marston Airfield, UK. Brain damaged and with a broken spine, Eddie faces a daily struggle of expensive and exhausting physiotherapy and treatment. Still, he has not given up hope he will walk again. In honour of Eddie and his courage, our motto is ‘Never give up’. To read more about Eddie’s story please click here.

Our aim is to promote a better quality of life and health through treatment & rehabilitative care post injury event for stunt performers & professional extreme sportsmen and women. The NHS can only help so far but all too often patients need that little extra help – and sometimes an awful lot of help.  We want to make sure that no one feels like that they have been put out to pasture or left as another statistic.  We will, where possible, help rebuild their lives and let them know that they will always have friends. More importantly we will strive to provide that much needed help that can foster future independence.

This help may take the form of

Support & Fundraising

Treatment & Rehabilitation
Welfare initiatives
Public awareness schemes
Education & vocational training
Independent income generation schemes


To find out how we can help you please click here