The Buoniconti Fund is a valued client of Kaufman, Rossin for years
Kaufman, Rossin & Co. has been an excellent company to work with over the years. Their dedication to our organization and attention to detail has produced a relationship that continues to grow and for that, I am grateful.
Kaufman, Rossin's professionals are trusted advisors to The Buoniconti Fund and to myself.
I look forward to our relationship continuing and would highly recommend Kaufman, Rossin & Co. to anyone needing accounting and business services.Marc Buoniconti
In 1985, Barth A. Green, M.D. and NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti helped found The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis after Nick's son, Marc, sustained a spinal cord injury during a college football game. Today, The Miami Project is the world's most comprehensive brain and spinal cord injury neurological research center and a designated Center of Excellence at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The Miami Project's international team is housed in the Lois Pope LIFE Center and includes more than 250 scientists, researchers and clinicians who take innovative approaches to the challenge of brain, spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders and diseases. Committed to finding a cure for paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury and to seeing millions worldwide walk again, the Buoniconti family established The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis in 1992, a non-profit organization devoted to assisting The Miami Project achieve its national and international goals. The Miami Project's Christine E. Lynn Human Clinical Trials Initiative will take discoveries found to be successful in laboratory studies and fast track them to human studies with the approval of the FDA. The Miami Project is well positioned and confident that we have the expertise, knowledge and drive to navigate through the process and continue to initiate new human clinical trials. Since its inception, The Miami Project has worked carefully and diligently towards these goals and the results show that the time is right to make these important steps into humans. In an effort to enhance the research efforts of the scientists at The Miami Project, The Buoniconti Fund established volunteer Chapters in cities throughout the country. These Chapters are an important element to reaching The Miami Project's goal -- a cure for paralysis. Dedicated volunteers, many of whom are brain or spinal cord injured (SCI) or have a family member afflicted by SCI or other neurological problems, draw upon their individual communities and resources to create greater awareness and raise funds on a grassroots level.