The Brain Injury Association was founded by families who live with the consequences of brain injury and understand the challenges first-hand. Our top priority is to support survivors and families who do not know where to turn across the Commonwealth.
Without the support of donors, sponsors, members and volunteers, our work would not be possible. Your generosity ensures BIA-MA can continue to pursue a world where all preventable brain injuries are prevented, all unpreventable brain injuries are minimized, and all individuals who have experienced a brain injury enjoy a maximum quality of life, through our four pillars: prevention, education, advocacy, and support.
Other Ways to Give:
A gift in honor or memory of a friend or loved one is a special donation. It is easy to do so directly from any of our donation forms.*
For gifts made to the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts in lieu of flowers, you may use the following announcement in the obituary**:
We would like the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIAMA) to be the recipient of memorial gifts for (Name). The funds received will improve the lives of brain injury survivors across the Commonwealth. Donations by mail can be made out to BIAMA and mailed to: 30 Lyman Street, Ste 10, Westborough, MA 01581. Please note person being memorialized in the memo section. Donations can also be made online: Donate Now.
*Tribute and In lieu of gifts are acknowledged in our quarterly newsletter, Heads Up Headlines, and our Annual Report.
*Gifts made in lieu of flowers will be sent along to the family to make them aware of your donation.
A Corporate matching gift is an easy way to DOUBLE your donation! Many companies will match employee charitable efforts. Simply check with your Human Resources professional to find out, fill out and return the form provided by them, and we handle the rest. Some companies even match gifts made by spouses and retirees. Federal Tax ID #: 042-753-269
The Korab Fund
On June 30, 2013 - after three decades of advocacy and statewide leadership, founder and Executive Director, Arlene Korab, retired. As a steadfast friend to the community, and mother of a survivor, Arlene forged pathways for greater community integration, independence and prosperity.
The Korab Fund, established in Arlene’s name, will honor her many contributions and ensure that BIA-MA continues to improve the lives of survivors for years to come. To learn more about The Korab Fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org