Join the Brain Injury Association of Washington (BIAWA), HeadStrong and Seattle BrainWorks in our third annual Walk, Run & Roll for Thought.
SUNDAY, JULY 28, 2013
REGISTRATION 8:00-9:00 AM
OPENING CEREMONY 9:00-9:30 AM
WALK 9:30 -11:00 AM
7400 SANDPOINT WAY NE
SEATTLE, WA 98115
Thank you for joining the Walk, Run & Roll!
…for the third annual Walk, Run & Roll for Thought. This event raises funds to support individuals and families impacted by brain injury!
Teams are a FUN way to raise money that will go directly towards the support of these three important organizations and help raise awareness of this silent epidemic.
Individuals are welcome, too. You will meet lots of great people who care about supporting those in our state who have been affected by a brain injury.
Pledge to make a difference…
In Washington State, brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability among children and young adults.
Each year, an estimated 1.7 million Americans sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury. All of these people need your help….
In order to make this fundraising event a success, we encourage each individual to set a goal of raising at least $100.00 in pledges. Encourage your friends, neighbors, extended family and colleagues to participate.
Go online to www.braininjurywa.org/walk2013 to download a pledge form today!
Prizes will be awarded to the teams and individuals bringing in the most pledges. Keep up with the progress of individuals and teams by visiting our webpage!
The Brain Injury Association of Washington’s mission is to increase public awareness, support, and hope for those affected by brain injury through education, assistance, and advocacy.
Since 2006, HeadStrong has been dedicated to supporting young people with Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and their families. We began as a support group for families whose children had been injured by TBI. We continue to grow each year to meet the need for support, education, and advocacy.
Seattle BrainWorks is a community-based day program that provides short- and long-term support to people who have experienced brain injury. The program is centered around the “clubhouse model,” in which brain injury survivors carry out the work of running the clubhouse. In the course of completing the tasks involved in clubhouse operation, our members practice living, work and socialization skills.
Donations and Pledges support these three important organizations serving families, individuals with brain injuries and caregivers throughout our state.