As a Brain Injury Association of Virginia volunteer you can make a real difference in the lives of brain injury survivors in your community. It only takes a little time to do a lot of good- discover how you can get involved below.
Not sure which program or event is a good fit for your unique strengths? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are looking for volunteers to help with rest stops at the Richmond Area Bicycle Association’s annual Heart of Virginia Bike Festival. The event will take place September 15th in Hanover County.
Rest stop volunteers will hand out snacks and beverages to the riders as they are making their way through the race. There are 4 rest stops that need to be manned, and you will only be responsible for a 3-hour shift during the race time between 7:00am – 3:00pm. For more information email us at email@example.com
We need individuals who are willing to share their stories of help, hope and healing with our website community. Guidelines for story submission . Submissions will be reviewed for appropriateness. If you have question, or want more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever thought about offering your skills, knowledge and contacts as a board member for BIAV? We are always looking for good candidates; here’s our most recent recruitment letter. Contact Anne@biav.net if you want to know more.
Want to get involved but can’t make any of these opportunities? Consider hosting a fundraiser or supplies drive for BIAV. Email email@example.com for more information.
Your gift means we can provide help, hope and healing to brain injury survivors and their families. Together we can improve treatment, provide support and increase access to services for all Virginians touched by brain injury. Thank you for your support.
Ways to Give
Make a One-Time Donation
Your tax-deductible gift funds support groups, Camp Bruce McCoy, advocacy, educational opportunities and more. Importantly, your gift would mean so much to someone navigating their community after they or their loved one survived a life-altering brain injury. Please donate today.
Make a Recurring Monthly Donation
Stretch the impact of your gift by setting up a recurring monthly donation. Each month your credit card will automatically be charged the amount that you set. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at any time to cancel your subscription.
With a planned gift to the Brain Injury Association of Virginia you will help those touched by brain injury- for now and for years to come. For more information on how you can combine your desire to give with your estate planning goals, please contact Anne McDonnell at 804-355-5748 or email@example.com.
BIAV’s network of community partners come in many shapes and sizes but all share a desire to improve the lives of people with brain injury. By sponsoring a Brain Injury Association of Virginia program or event, your business can make a difference in the lives of the more than 150,000 people who turn to BIAV each year for support. For information on sponsorship opportunities and benefits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brain Injury Association of Virginia welcomes non-cash gifts, such as stock, and gifts in-kind. We also welcome gift certificates for restaurants, stores or experiences that we can use for raffle items at our fundraising events. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Curious about how your donation will impact the brain injury community? Please read our 2017 Annual Report.
Become a Member
By becoming a member of BIAV, you provide help, hope, and healing to ANYONE who contacts us and show that you care about those who have sustained a brain injury, you care about supporting their families during difficult times, and you care about educating others on brain injury treatment and prevention.
Join BIAV because:
- You appreciate what we do.
- You’re glad we’re speaking out on your behalf.
- You’re a part of this community.
- You dream of cures, of brain injuries that can be prevented in the first place, and of a world where those living with brain injury can live the best life possible.