Donate to the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance

Your gift to the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance demonstrates your support for our mission as well as your dedication to helping prevent brain injury across Minnesota. The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance relies upon the community to provide financial support for its programs and services. If you are looking to make a contribution in memory of or in honor of someone, please include that information in the comment section to have your contribution recorded in our database correctly. The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is a 501(c)(3) organization.
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  1. The MN Brain Injury Alliance has been integral in my recovery following mTBI this summer. My friend and MN Brain Injury Alliance employee, Katrina Meyer, got me connected to Resource Facilitator, Carla. After speaking with various nurse lines through my health insurance, Carla’s phone call was the first that was actually helpful, empathetic, and provided me new, specialized knowledge and a sense of hope. She spent a full hour on the phone with me the fist time we spoke, and this represented the first bright spot in my path to recovery. Every year, I make a donation in the amount equal to the number of holiday cards I send out. This year it was obvious where my donation should go, and your organization is listed as such on my holiday card. I am extremely grateful – thank you.

  2. This donation is on behalf of Natalie Geurts who honored her mother Mary Columbus with a fundraiser for the Brain Injury Alliance. Mary suffered a TBI eighteen years ago.

  3. In Memory of Ilona Sjovall-Melgaard
    dear sister-in-law and Valerie’s auntie

  4. Homes for Heroes in making this donation in memory of Deanne “DeDe” Bullert. Would appreciate you sending an acknowledgement to her son Jeff Bullert to jeff@homesforheroes.com Thank you

  5. This donation is being made on behalf of Sharyl Whitehawk’s Facebook Birthday Fundraiser.

  6. Donated on behalf of Mayo Clinic Rochester Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit Virtual 5k. Thank you for supporting our patients!

  7. Still grateful for the MN Brain Injury Alliance a year and half after my injury. They (Carla) are the only people still checking in on me in this regard, and as it turns out, I still need to be checked in on. =) Deeply grateful.

  8. We live in Wisconsin, but we lived in South St Paul from 2015-2020. I had a major stroke (11/18/2015) and from 2016-18 I had a very special Speech Therapist, Evan Page, who pushed me to get better. My aphasia will always be part of our lives, but we’ve found a way to make things work for us now. We appreciate “Mind Matters” and the articles show that we are not alone. Caregivers, like my amazing wife, Sarah, keep us going forward. Thank you.

  9. Carla Berardi was so helpful with information that I was seeking on behalf of the family of my friend who had a stroke. His partner lives in France and she can’t get here to see him. She was able to have a long telephone conversation with Carla, which she and the rest of the family have found very comforting and useful.

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