With the world experiencing challenging times, there are two opportunities for you in early May to support the Mission of the Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO). You will be helping survivors of brain injury and their families during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond the pandemic.
Give STL Day – Annual day of giving for St. Louis area residents to support local nonprofits. Give STL Day will occur on May 7, 2020. Plus, pre-scheduled donations may begin today. Give STL Day donations may be made at www.givestlday.org.
This year’s BIA-MO Give STL Day campaign has a lot of excitement and opportunities:
- 2020 Vision of $20 by 20 donors will provide a Camper Scholarship. Please be part of this 2020 Vision for the BIA-MO Donald Danforth Jr. Wilderness Camp.
- Double the impact of your gift up to $50, through a donor match. Your $50 gift turns into $100 for BIA-MO. The first $50 of higher amount gifts are matched – so $250 becomes $300 to support BIA-MO.
- Pre-scheduled gifts are welcome right now through the BIA-MO Give STL Day page. All pre-scheduled gifts qualify for the donor match, up to $50, and will count towards our Give STL Day total on May 7.
- You can make our goal of $4,000 reachable. Your support helps provide support, education, recreation and advocacy for survivors of brain injury, families and the community.
Giving Tuesday Now – A national day of giving to encourage support for nonprofits will occur on May 5, 2020. Donations may be made at www.biamo.org or through the BIA-MO Giving Tuesday Now Facebook Fundraiser at https://www.facebook.com/donate/656772405169612/.
Thank you for your support throughout the year for the Brain Injury Association of Missouri. Please participate in Give STL Day (today through May 7) or Giving Tuesday Now (May 5) or to support BIA-MO as we continue to be help and hope for survivors of brain injury and family members.
Contact BIA-MO at 314-26-4024 or visit www.biamo.org for more information.
Please share the BIA-MO fundraising links for Giving Tuesday Now or Give STL Day with friends who might also want to participate and show their support for survivors of brain injury and their families.
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