How You Can Donate
Please consider adding the Brain Injury Hope Foundation to your annual list of Charities. Just know that you will make a significant impact on the lives of MTBI survivors in Colorado. By selecting or inputting your donation amount below, you will be redirected to the PayPal website for a secure transaction using your choice of debit, credit, or PayPal funds.
**A receipt for tax purposes will be sent to you within one week of donating.
There are four ways you can contribute to the mission of the Brain Injury Hope Foundation:
1. Most MTBI survivors are trying to recover their skills and jobs and return to school or work to rejoin the productive world. But by the time most applicants for the BIHF Emergency Financial Assistance find us, they have lost their homes, gone through savings to pay for treatments and are now very desperate to pay for living expenses, such as food, utilities and rent. A typical example is a single mother with two children, unable to return to her teaching job to provide for her family. We invite you to donate online or send a check to Brain Injury Hope Foundation, 6732 West Coal Mine Avenue, Suite 227, Littleton, CO 80123.
2. Also, please remember those loved ones, friends or Veterans who courageously fought to overcome the challenges and disabilities that a brain injury causes. You have the option to donate In Memory Of.
3. Your donation also funds our new educational program, the Survivor Series Program, which is free to brain injury survivors, family members and support persons. The ongoing fun and interactive workshops build community among participants, teach real-life strategies for dealing with challenges, and support the growth and transformation of lives. To learn more about this program click on Survivor Series.
4. Another way to donate is through the AmazonSmile program which BIHF has been accepted on their list of Charities. When you shop at Amazon, please designate the Brain Injury Hope Foundation as your choice for a Charity. AmazonSmile donates 0.5% of your purchase price to BIHF. To sign up for AmazonSmile, click here. Please send this information to your friends, family and coworkers. Please send this information to your friends, family and coworkers.
5. If you would like to make a donation via Stock (and get a possible tax write-off!—check with your tax accountant, please) call The CFS Group at UBS and ask for Dianne Scott, Senior Registered Client Service Associate: 202-585-5412.
UBS Financial Services Inc.
1501 K Street NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005
Tel 202-585-5412 Fax 855-594-1054
Visit her team website
The Power of Your Donation Testimonials
“Thank you, thank you, thank you! You helped save my life and bring me off homelessness. I’d like to sincerely thank everyone at the Brain Injury Hope Foundation for assisting with a generous emergency grant during a very troubled Holiday Season. In my heart, the Brain Injury Hope fund leads the short list of excellent charitable ‘needs providers’ in Boulder County.” — Randal E.
“Thanks. Your check was the reason that I was able to survive one more needed month, maintain my great credit, survive a deep background check, and be hired at age 60, another true barrier in today’s world. I spent almost a year to the week actively searching for a job. In today’s world one must at all costs maintain a permanent address, direct phone number, and good credit history. Survival tools, beyond will, drive, etc, money does talk. The question, what does $495 buy? It buys hope.” — Garry R.
“After suffering a head injury when I was run over by a car, then being diagnosed with brain tumors, not being able to work, draining my savings to support my young son…Christmas was looking bleak this year. Your grant helped with food and rent and made all the difference for us both. You can’t imagine how good it feels when a group steps up to soften the blows that sometimes befall us. Knowing there’s an organization like yours, to help when people fall through the cracks — that will warm my heart for many seasons to come. God bless you, and keep up the good work!” — Rita B.