Events, Parties & More

There are many opportunities to raise money and awareness for the Brain Injury Association of Missouri. Every dollar raised supports the BIA-MO Mission to reduce the incidence of brain injury; to promote acceptance, independence and productivity of persons with brain injury; and to support their families.

Fundraising Event Examples:

  • Hosting a Group Run, Walk, Bike or Swim
  • Golf Outing
  • Bake-off or Bake Sale
  • Fundraising Dinner
  • Office Jeans Day
How to Host a Fundraiser
  • Choose from the examples on this page or create something unique based on your passions and hobbies! Your one-of-a-kind fundraising event can raise awareness and support for BIA-MO.

  • Contact Maureen Cunningham, BIA-MO Executive Director, at staff@biamo.org to discuss your fundraising event to benefit the Brain Injury Association of Missouri.

PARTICIPATE NOW

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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.