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The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association depends on generaous 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.

Where Your Donations Go
What Can Your Donation Do?

$10

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

$25

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

$50

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

$100

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.

$250

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.

$500

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

$1000

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

$2000

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.

$5000

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.