The Spina Bifida Foundation mobilizes the power of volunteers who are key partners in the movement to support people with Spina Bifida and prevent this birth defect from happening in the future. SBF volunteers are united by the desire to make the lives of others better. In doing so, their lives are also changed.
With your help, the SBF can stretch donors’ dollars and build a stronger organization—one that can change the world one person with Spina Bifida at a time.

SBF National or your local SBF chapter could have just the opportunity that you are looking for—the chance to change lives.
Whether your contribution is time, skills, funds, or ideas, it can make all the difference.v


Successfully living with Spina Bifida means a focus on wellness. Equally important are health and wellness strategies, a strong support network of family and friends, satisfying work and leisure activities, a meaningful place in the community, and adequate attention to one’s inner self. SBF offers a variety of programs and services to help you meet those needs. Join a committee of the organization at a national level and help to shape the programs and services of today and tomorrow.


Are you interested in hosting and creating your own community event to raise awareness and fundraise for SBF? Let us help you get started!


Contact your chapter to look for opportunities in your community to join SBF. Many opportunities are available to provide support for people with Spina Bifida or their families in your community. Our volunteers lead committees, manage projects, even recruit and train other volunteers.

Get started today by contacting your chapter today!

For Volunteer ship Email us on : sbfsecretary@gmail.com

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About SBF

The SBF, a not-for-profit organisation was formed by Medical Professionals and parents of Spina Bifida Children who have been involved in the care and upbringing of Spina Bifida patients in India for more than a decade. Since 1997, we – a group of doctors, parents and well wishers have been consistently working for the cause of improving the lives of Spina Bifida (SB) patients and for preventing SB.