Every act of giving has a story. What is yours?
#MyGivingStory is a social media storytelling contest created to foster a public conversation about generosity and to inspire more people to give.
Would you share a story about how and why you give to the causes you care about? The stories can be about you or someone else, about giving of time, money, goods, or skills, and what inspires you. Contestants will have the chance to win a number of prizes throughout the month, with the winning story writers receiving grants up to $10,000 to give to their favorite nonprofit organization!
Brain Injury Services, Inc., (BIS) has received $3000 in honor of BIS client, Bryant Cohen from his friend and supporter, Thomas Holly. Holly, who leads PwC’s US Asset & Wealth Management, donated the money to support an effort where clients are learning or developing technical skills.
On April 10, 2019, Douglas Taylor Kline passed away peacefully at home in Great Falls, VA surrounded by his loving family.
These 8 brain injury survivors, BIS Clients and members of our Speaker's Bureau are a true example of our awareness campaign theme this month: My Injury does not define me.
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is pleased to announce that the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force, chaired by Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-N.J.), has scheduled Brain Injury Awareness Day on Capitol Hill Wednesday, March 13, 2019. As in years past, there will be an awareness fair, congressional briefing, and reception.
Brain Injury Services is celebrating Brain Injury Awareness Month by facilitating a Spirit Week that clients and staff are welcome to participate in. The Spirit Week will take place Monday, March 11th through Friday, March 15th. The themes for each day are listed below.
SPRINGFIELD, VA (March 8th, 2019) — On March 20th, Brain Injury Services invites you to join us to recognize all those who give back to our organization and community through the year. With a spirit of hope and generosity, clients, survivors, family members, and local partners spend hundreds of hours each year making an impact on their lives through volunteerism and philanthropy with Brain Injury Services.
As a part of our brain injury awareness campaigns, we will be highlighting client stories that truly exemplify the amazing survivors are clients are.
Charlie Scuilla died peacefully and much loved on Feb 14, 2019 at the age of 70. He had suffered a stroke in June 2017 that left him paralyzed. His family thanks the many friends and family members that contributed to his care through a GOFUNDME page and sent words of encouragement and prayers.