Your donation helps to changes lives of people with traumatic brain injury
Donating to Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia
As a not-for-profit organisation, we warmly welcome any donation to help support our work in educating, raising awareness and improving the lives of people who suffer from a traumatic brain injury, including concussion.
Every gift helps us to work towards a healthier Australia through enhanced knowledge and management of TBI. There are a number of ways you can contribute.
A one-off donation means you donate once, choosing the amount you would like to donate to Connectivity on that occasion. Your donation means that Connectivity will be able to continue its important work to help people live their best lives after TBI.
A regular donation will help ensure Connectivity can continue its activities, including connecting people with lived experience to co-design research and improve outcomes.
You can choose the amount you donate, and whether you donate weekly, monthly or annually. Every donation helps.
Every gift helps us to work towards a healthier Australia through enhanced knowledge and management of TBI.
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Donate to Connectivity
Whether it’s a one-off donation, regular donations or a gift in your will, donating to Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia will assist across a number of areas, namely:
Connecting people with lived experience of traumatic brain injury, carers, clinicians, healthcare providers and researchers to improve the lives of people who have experienced these injuries
Providing opportunities for people with lived experience to co-design research into traumatic brain injuries
Raising awareness and educating the community on traumatic brain injuries of all severity, including concussion
Ensuring up-to-date and consistent information and guidelines for medical and allied health professionals is available