Our funders and donors help to provide survivors of brain injury with the essentials of life; acceptance, assistance and aspiration. To people struggling to adjust to life after injury, they are not just a wallet or purse, they are friends, leaders and role models.
Their financial contributions allow us to provide education, prevention and support to the many rural and remote communities throughout the northern two thirds of the province of British Columbia, and to provide education for the professionals who provide care to them. Their gifts also throw open doors of opportunity for survivors, to reveal paths of possibility.
The Northern Brain Injury Association has been very fortunate to partner with several foundations, community and ministerial organizations to ensure that survivors and their families receive services and support close to home. We encourage you to visit our amazing community partners, and to show your support for them, as they have shown their support for the work that we do.
|Northern Health provides health services to 300,000 people over an area of 600,000 square kilometers in the Northern part of British Columbia, Canada. Visit the Northern Health website at www.northernhealth.ca|
|The United Way of Northern British Columbia is dedicated to improving the quality of life by advancing the common good. The United Way is a volunteer-driven organization that relies heavily on volunteer involvement, expertise and support to achieve their mandate.Visit the United Way of Northern British Columbia at www.unitedwaynbc.ca/|
|Visit the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development website at www.gov.bc.ca/cscd/|
|Concept Design Ltd. is an established professional graphic
design studio based in Prince George, BC. Visit Concept Design Ltd. at www.conceptdesign.ca
|The Prince George Brain Injured Group provides community rehabilitation and services to more than 300 survivors of brain injury every year. Visit The Prince George Brain Injured Group at www.pgbig.ca|
|The Brain Injury Alliance advocates for adequate and sustainable funding for the brain injury prevention, education, and individual supports provided by community non-profit brain injury services. Visit the Brain Injury Alliance at www.braininjuryalliance.ca|