The King Pins Invite You to support them in
BOWLING FOR BRAIN INJURY

Thank you for visiting the King Pins’ webpage.

We are participating in Bowling for Brain Injury to support the Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) and its services.

Your donation toward our team fundraising goal will help increase awareness, prevent brain injuries, and provide services for persons with brain injuries and their families. Specific BIA-MO services include Community Resource Services, Support Groups, Survivor and Family Seminars, Annual Conference, Donald Danforth Jr. Wilderness Camp, Legislative Advocacy, and more.

 

Will you help them reach their fundraising goal?

Team Members
  • Herb Cody
  • Becky Daniels

  • Emily Cody

  • Leah Cody
  • Carter Finley

Event Details
  • Springfield – Enterprise Park Lanes
    June 6, 2023 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

PARTICIPATE NOW

Survivors of brain injury and family members will come together for an in-person event, depending on the Seminar that best fits your
Support Groups, Resource Services, and Family Seminars through the Brain Injury Association of Missouri help survivors and families know they are not alone. Support and education answer questions about brain injury, identify resources within the community, and provide information about farming with [...]
Changes in personality may result from brain injury. After a bump or blow to the head or body that may have caused a brain injury, someone you love may be more anxious, dependent, angry, shy, or even more outgoing and friendly. Despite a lack of visible injury to the head, there could be damage to [...]

BIA-MO UPCOMING EVENTS

Kansas City, Male Survivors Group

Summit Ridge Apartment Clubhouse 701 NE Tudor Rd, Lee's Summit, MO, United States

Kansas City, Male Survivors Group – Third Tuesday of the Month at 4:30 pm. Contact BIA-MO at 1-800-444-6443 for more information. Summit Ridge Apartment Club House, 701 NE Tudor Road, Lee Summit, MO 64086 Contact: Jason Miller, (816) 509-1463, jasonflc@hotmail.com *This Support Group is open to males with brain injury.