The Brain Injury Hope Foundation
is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to create a greater awareness of mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (MTBI) and to provide emergency financial assistance to survivors during recovery. Since MTBI is often misunderstood and unidentified, the Foundation has published books and handbooks in English and Spanish to help survivors and their families understand the symptoms and treatment options.
Life as you know it can be changed in an instant when you sustain a traumatic brain injury. We believe that the more you know about this "invisible injury," that can affect anyone at any age, the faster you will heal. This website was created for you. Since there are an overwhelming number of Wounded Warriors returning from the present wars, we published a book and an audio book that speaks to their unique brain injuries.
The Brain Injury Hope Foundation was created under the name of the Brain Trust in 1998 by Mary Ann Keatley, PhD, CCC and Kay Jones who felt the need to inspire hope to those survivors who desperately needed financial help to get back on their feet after losing their jobs or occupational skills.
“I’d like to sincerely thank everyone at the Brain Injury Hope Foundation for assisting with a generous emergency grant that saved my life and brought me off homelessness. In my heart you are on the short list of excellent charitable ‘needs providers’ in Boulder County."
The Brain Injury Hope Foundation is a small Foundation with big ideas. The Foundation is funded by donations from individuals and organizations, as well as, from book sales and fundraising events. Each time a book is sold, it has double benefits by educating and inspiring the reader and giving emergency financial assistance to MTBI survivors in Colorado.
To learn more about how you can donate, please click here
. If you are interested in sponsoring book sales or volunteering, please contact us
. To learn more about our annual Savor the Flavor of Boulder fundraising event, please contact us
. Colorado residents who would like information on how to apply for emergency financial assistance, contact us