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Giving Tuesday – Success!

Giving Tuesday was a Big Success! Thank you to all of our donors who supported the Brain Injury Association of Missouri during Giving Tuesday yesterday. Thanks to your generosity, we raised over $3,100 and topped our goal for the day! There was a good mix of previous donors and new donors – great energy for BIA-MO [...]

Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers – Register Now!

Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers Seminars The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers Seminars are a professional development opportunity for youth sports team and school personnel to reduce the risk of concussions and improve concussion management protocols. Education is currently being held between February 6 and [...]

Upcoming BIA-MO – Missouri Beginning Farmers Partnership Workshops

Soil and Pasture Improvement Workshops Three upcoming opportunities to learn more about soil and pasture improvement techniques. Topics Include: Soil Fertility Nitrogen Management Reseeding Pastures Herbicide Options Livestock Management on Pasture Cost Breakdown Thursday December 5, 2019  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm  Franklin County Extension Council Foundation Building 102 Union Plaza Dr. Union, MO 63084 [...]

MO Governor Vetoes SB 147!

Governor Parson Vetoed SB 147! Thank you to everyone who contacted Governor Mike Parson regarding the importance of maintaining the Missouri all-rider motorcycle helmet law. On Friday, July 12 Governor Parson vetoed Senate Bill (SB) 147 which would have repealed the Missouri motorcycle helmet law. The voice of brain injury was heard – thanks [...]

Give STL Day – Thank You!

Thank you for supporting the Brain Injury Association of Missouri during our Give STL Day fundraising campaign.Thanks to your generosity, we raised more than $3,000! Your gift will help us continue providing education, support, advocacy and recreational opportunities for brain injury survivors and their families. The sponsoring Community Foundation of St. Louis reported a record amount [...]