For the safety of our staff, board of directors, volunteers and professionals, Brain Injury Association of Georgia is now VIRTUAL.
Be a part of a growing organization that is in need of members who have a passion about helping others who are disabled by a brain injury-TBI/ABI. We need a mix of basic skills that could include management in corporations, financial, marketing, technical, entrepreneurial, legal, grant writing, fundraising, event planning and social service skills. *Note: We are currently seeking a volunteer as a board treasurer
We also realize the value of people who are not professionals, such as a parent of a child or husband of a wife impacted by brain injury, who is willing to be heavily involved in our work. Passion and commitment are just as important as specific skills.
Becoming involved can be a meaningful way to explore how your experience and expertise can help advance a nonprofit organization's impact to the brain injury community, help raise awareness and ways to financially sustain our organization and its programs and services which are offered free to individuals, veterans, families and providers who service them.
You may know of a loved one, or a friend, who has sustained a brain injury - a stroke, a sports concussion, aneurysm or a car accident. Volunteer board members play an essential role in helping Brain Injury Association of Georgia - we can continue to provide services to these individuals and families, who are also impacted. We serve all brain injuries, all ages from birth to our elderly.
We are looking for committed people who want to be a part of a team passionate about our mission - providing hope, help and support to those who have sustained or have been affected by brain injury.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Brain Injury Association of Georgia
Emory Rehab and WellStar AMC, ATLANTA, GA 30322, US
Our mission is to provide Hope, Help and Support to the citizens of Georgia who have sustained or have been affected by brain injury
All programs and services are currently via phone, email or virtual (FaceTime, Zoom...)
Education about brain injury, symptoms and coping strategies.
Resources customized to the individual need
Support Groups statewide - a support system of peers where a survivor or their loved one can discuss the challenges they face.
Camp Program, the only therapeutic camp for adults with brain injury with respite camp for their loved one being held at the same time.
Peer Support Programs - seeking a professional volunteer that can help develop this new program to provide the training and materials; develop a team of volunteers (survivors, caregivers, etc) to reach out and connect with newly injured or post injury 5 yrs plus.
Self-Advocacy centered on collaborative partnerships with family and service providers. Our IRP helps families learn to advocate for themselves or their love one.
Brain Injury Symposiums - education about brain injury education, research or updates for survivors, families, medical professional who service brain injury
Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
March 1, 2021
Grant Writing / Research
Event Planning / Management
Must be at least 25
Varies 2-5 hrs a month +- We are a working board that asks our board members step up and help out on our committees, activities, programs and services.
Immediate is for a Treasurer for our volunteer Board. Current Treasurer will stay until transition takes place.