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Learn about brain injuries, the rehabilitation journey, from diagnosis and treatment to the ongoing support and independence.
The Brain Injury Linkworker Service is based on the belief in equal and fair access to neurorehabilitation for all. Learn how we can support your organisation.
Read the latest insights about brain injury rehabilitation from the Brainkind research team
View our research teams published book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications.
Get involved and support a world where life after brain injury is a life well lived.
Do you support homeless people and prisoners and ex-offenders who have experienced an acquired brain injury? Our training is designed to give you the tools you need to support people in your service.
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There are many ways to donate to Brainkind. Your donations will help support people with brain injuries and neurological conditions.
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Our team is committed to working with you in order to align your strategic objectives with our funding needs.
Your organisation can significantly impact the lives of people with brain injuries and neurological conditions. Brainkind can work with you to develop a partnership that contributes positively to the people we support.
How can your company support Brainkind?
Supporting Brainkind opens many opportunities and benefits for your organisation and staff. Many organisations have programmes that include time away from the office to support causes.
Fundraising for Brainkind or participating in a volunteer challenge at one of our services encourages your staff to work together positively. Whatever you decide to do, you will be making a valuable contribution to our work.
Our team will work with your organisation to ensure your corporate fundraising partnership meets all your interests and objectives.
We also campaign and lobby local and national government on all issues affecting people with acquired brain injury – we would welcome corporate sponsors for these significant pieces of research.
There are many ways you can support us. We are happy for you to specify whether you would like your donation towards one of our services. Remember, it doesn’t matter how much you raise or how small your planned project is; lots of small amounts combine to make a big difference.
Do you or the company you work for decide on a Charity of the Year each year? Choosing Brainkind as your Charity of the Year is a great way to create new PR opportunities, boost team morale and enhance your company image internally and externally.
Why not share your time and skills with Brainkind? Participating in a volunteer challenge for a specific project at one of our services is a great way for you and your staff to give something back. It can also encourage teamwork, co-operation and boost your profile in the local community.
We run regular conferences, events, and seminars throughout the year. Sponsoring an event is a great way to raise awareness of your company among a specific target audience.
If your company runs a matched funding scheme, consider match-funding a specific project or sponsoring your employees to participate in a matched fundraising event on behalf of Brainkind. This will inspire your staff to give more and boost morale within the workplace.
If your company would like to develop a mutually beneficial partnership with a leading national charity or learn more, we’d love to hear from you. To discuss these or any other ideas, get in touch with our fundraising team
People with brain injuries and other neurological conditions have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network neurological centres, assessment and rehab services, and community support services across the UK.