How you can help us
Make a Donation!
The Brain Injury Association of Illinois depends
on your generosity to implement our programs and services. Your
support ensures we are able to provide programs and services to
individuals whose lives have been impacted by brain injury. There
are more than a quarter million children, adolescents and adults
living in Illinois with disabilities as a result of having sustained
a brain injury.
The Brain Injury Association of Illinois is the
only statewide organization in Illinois devoted
exclusively to serving individuals with brain
injuries, their families and the professionals
who treat them. No family should have to face
this alone. A gift to the Brain Injury
Association of Illinois shows you care! Your
generous support assists in providing the
$75 provides for mailing educational brochures
and information to 40 individuals.
$200 provides a scholarship for one person with
a brain injury to attend our Annual Educational
$400 provides educational Injury Prevention
tools to 750 elementary-age school children.
$600 provides the opportunity for an individual
to attend the summer camp
Wilderness Endeavor (adult
and Camp FunZone (children and
Sponsor one day of a camper's week
a Member - Click Here
to learn more!
A Giving Program for Shopping, Dining Out, and
Searching the Internet
You can help the Brain Injury Association of
Illinois throughout the year while shopping,
dining out and searching the web! Check out
www.goodshop.com. This is an easy way to
shop for all your gifts online, and support the
Brain Injury Association of Illinois. It is fast
and easy! Use
www.goodsearch.com while browsing the
internet. Your internet searches can provide
support to the Brain Injury Association with
just a few clicks of the mouse! When dining out,
be sure to check in with
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10,000 restaurants in the network!
Purchase Brain Injury Awareness Items Online!
Click here to visit our
online MARKET and select from clothing items
to jewelry and other items and help support the
Brain Injury Association of Illinois