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It's the SBIA... 50/50 Take Half Raffle!


We are excited to announce that Azaria of Regina, SK had purchased the winning ticket for the March 23, 2019 50/50 Take Half Raffle. Congratulations Azaria!

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The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association depends on generous donations from people to fund our work in the community. If you would like to make a donation, please use the button below. You may use Master Card or Visa to make a donation even if you don't have a Paypal account.

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The cost of a complimentary SBIA membership for a brain injury survivor.


The cost to provide an Acquired Brain Injury Toolkit for the family of a brain injury patient in the trauma unit of the hospital.


The cost to purchase a new publication to add to the SBIA library – books, magazines and videos about brain injury.


The cost to transport individuals in one community to a Support Chapter Activity Night – activities such as Indoor Walking Group, Bowling, Drumming Circles and Social nights.


The cost of one evening of a special event or program, such as a drumming or computer session or Christmas Party for one of the five SBIA local chapters.


The cost for one individual to attend one of the weekend SBIA Retreats or Camp which are held at various locations around the province.


The cost to create, print and distribute one edition of the SBIA Connections Newsletter to ABI Survivors, their families and SBIA Supporters.


The cost to deliver one 8-week program in one location eg. Drumming, computer assisted memory therapy, which provides support, and psychosocial therapy to brain injury survivors.


The cost to print and distribute, province-wide, one piece of prevention or education material, such as the Don’t Risk Your Future or A Concussion is a Brain Injury poster, which is distributed to the more than 500 schools and recreational facilities in the province. Prevention and Education Partnership.