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Include the Brain Injury Association of America in your will or estate plans and you will enjoy tax benefits and help sustain our work for generations to come.

Estate Planning

Are you interested in helping BIAA accomplish its mission but feeling a bit overwhelmed by the thought of writing another check or giving up more of your assets today? A simple, flexible, and versatile way to ensure we can continue our work is to make a gift to BIAA in your will or living trust, known as a charitable bequest.

By including a bequest to the Brain Injury Association of America in your will or trust, you are ensuring that we will be the voice of brain injury for years to come. Your gift also entitles your estate to a federal estate tax charitable deduction.

Gifts of Stock

Your gift of appreciated stock or securities will improve the lives of people living with brain injury. If you would like to make a gift of stock to BIAA, please contact our development staff.


A trust will enable you to contribute to BIAA while providing you with income and helping you meet your current and long-term financial and philanthropic needs. Visit the Preferred Attorneys section of our website to find a lawyer who can help you with the financial paperwork. 

Life Insurance

By naming the Brain Injury Association of America as a beneficiary on your life insurance policy, your gift will skip the probate process and be put to work right away improving the lives of individuals with brain injuries and their families,


Other Ways to Give

Speak to a member of BIAA's Development Staff

Do you have a question about a donation, tribute gift, or event idea for BIAA? Our fundraising professionals are ready to help!

Get In Touch
Stephanie Cohen                      
Development Manager    
Phone: 703-761-0750
Email: SCohen/at/    


Each March, the Brain Injury Association of America leads a nationwide Brain Injury Awareness Month Campaign to empower the community and destigmatize brain injury.

Will you join us?