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Every dollar counts in the fight against brain injury. Your donation funds programs that support our mission to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury. You may make a one-time donation or set-up a recurring gift.


Three Ways to Give

  1. Make your gift online
  2. Call 703-761-0750 during regular business hours
  3. Mail a check made out to the Brain Injury Association of America to:
    Brain Injury Association of America
    P.O. Box 7416
    Merrifield, VA 22116-7416
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BIAA relies on donations from supporters like you to provide information and support to individuals with brain injury and their families. Your gift allows us to continue providing these vital services to those who need it most:

  • $1,000 sends a volunteer to Brain Injury Awareness Day on Capitol Hill, connecting them face-to-face with elected officials to advocate for the advancement of brain injury treatment and research
  • $500 supports the research, writing, and distribution of Policy Corner, an e-newsletter created to help advocates effect change at the local, state, and national levels
  • $100 provides access to educational, in-home webinars for two people with brain injury on a variety of practical and inspirational topics including rebuilding your life, returning to work, and financial issues
  • $50 provides help and hope to families by connecting them to knowledgeable professionals and resources at BIAA’s National Brain Injury Information Center
  • $25 provides for a complimentary subscription to THE Challenge! for one family, providing up-to-date information, timely news, and critical resources
  • $10 sends A Practical Guide for Families to someone learning to manage the trauma of living with a brain injury