Change a Life
Become a Monthly Donor:
When you make a monthly contribution to Kootenay Brain Injury Association, you provide stable funding for year-round services and programming. As a monthly supporter, your contribution ensures individuals and families are supported throughout the lengthy recovery resulting from acquired brain injury. You enable KBIA to better plan activities and programs for the following year. You can spread your donation over the entire year. Charitable receipts will be provided at the end of each calendar year.
One Time Donation:
We're in the business of helping people affected by concussion and brain injury. Believe it or not, that's all of us.
When you give, you invest in:
the right help at the right time - for individuals with brain injury who are often overlooked
strengthening families - who need help understanding and managing the changes in their loved one's mental health and wellness - so those affected by brain injury feel understood, socially connected, and optimistic about their future
a strong tomorrow - because preventing brain injury in our youth safeguards their future
education - helping our community better understand how prevalent and preventable brain injury is
our community - because fewer brain injuries means an increased social and economic livelihood for all of us
Estate Gifts Welcomed:
We receive many calls from supporters asking if we will accept certain gifts. Thank you for your generosity and for thinking of the individuals and families living with acquired brain injury. We do accept the following gifts:
Bequests (specific, residual, contingent)
Gifts from a Trust
Publicly Listed Securities (shares, bonds, or units of a mutual fund trust)
Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSP`s)
Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIF`s)
Tax Free Savings Accounts (TFSA`s)
“I give to the The Kootenay Brain Injury Association, Castlegar, BC, charitable registration number 878987916 RR0001, ______% of the residue of my estate in support of those living with acquired brain injury”.
“I give to The Kootenay Brain Injury Association, Castlegar, BC, charitable registration number 878987916 RR0001, the sum of $_________ in support of those living with acquired brain injury.”