Brain Injury Help Line: 1-800-242-0030
After the Thanksgiving feast, and the savings on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consider giving back to your community on #GivingTuesday!
Each year the BIA-MA staff gives back by incorporating an office giving tree and providing gifts to brain injury survivors during the holiday season through residential programs. This year, during #GivingTuesday, we are asking you to join us and the #BIAMAGivingTree by donating items to be used in Wellness Bags to be given at brain injury programs across the state.
Ear plugs/eye masks
Heating pads/ice packs
Men’s & Women’s accessories (Hats, scarves, gloves, socks)
Men’s & Women’s toiletries (soaps, lotion, lip balm, nail polish, etc)
…Or consider making a donation to the BIA-MA so that we may continue to provide our programs to brain injury survivors, families and caregivers throughout the year!
Bring an unwrapped, new (still packaged, unused) item to any of our three locations by December 6th. The gift limit is $10 per item.
Drop Boxes are available at each of our 3 locations Monday through Friday; 9AM through 5PM:
|Central Regional Office
30 Lyman Street, Suite 10
Westborough, MA 01581
|Southeast Regional Office
3119 Cranberry Highway, Suite 5F
East Wareham, MA 02538
|Western Regional Office
180 Elm St., Suite C
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Other ways to get involved:
Download the #BIAMAGivingTree flyer and post it on social media or in your neighborhood
Copy these images and share them to social media
Other Ways to Give:
Make A Gift – donations of any size help BIA-MA to offer top notch prevention and awareness programing, important educational opportunities, practical legislative advocacy, and helpful resources, information and support statewide for survivors, families, and caregivers.
Double your gift by asking your employer if they have a Matching Gift Program. Make a donation and submit the paperwork to your Human Resources Department. Many companies even match gifts made by spouses and retirees! Our federal tax ID number is 042-753-269.
Want to be more active? Consider hosting a community community fundraiser and create your own FirstGiving fundraising page to make it easy. Holidays, birthdays and anniversaries are great opportunities to incorporate your friends and family in your efforts.
Get involved - BIA-MA has many opportunities to get involved! Visit www.biama.org/getinvolved for more information.
For more information contact the Chesa Conrad at 508-475-0032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.