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Be a Fundraiser!

Want to start your own fundraiser for BIAVT? Fundraisers are a great way to celebrate a birthday, milestone, to honor someone or in memory of someone.

To start your own BIAVT fundraiser anytime, please go to

Or contact Jess at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1-877-856-1772 and she will help you set one up.


Please become a member. E-mail, call, or write us today!


You will receive:

  • BIAVT's "HeadsUp" newsletter – published quarterly
  • Recognition in newsletter and on website
  • BIAVT membership card
  • "Challenge" Magazine – Brain Injury Association of America's quarterly publication
  • 10% discount on Workshops and the Annual Brain Injury Conference
  • Association voting privileges

Your membership will support:

  • Self-help support groups for survivors and caregivers (currently 10 meet across Vermont)
  • Information and referral (responds to 1500 calls & emails per year)
  • Individual and family advocacy (help individuals address & resolve barriers to needed care)
  • Brain injury prevention and education (focusing on reducing risk from school sports concussions)
  • Veteran outreach & collaboration (to address military vets affected by blast exposure)
  • Neuro Resource Facilitation (navigating services and benefits to increase survivors' independence)
  • Options Counseling (identify long term care services and supports)
  • Legislative advocacy
  • Veteran's Directed Home & Community Based Services (refer eligible veterans to these new services)
  • Annual Brain Injury Conference (for providers, survivors, family members)
  • Walk for Thought (public awareness & fund-raising even)

Membership rates:

  • Special Rate*** $5-34
  • Individual $35
  • Family $50
  • Professional/Caregiver $75
  • MD/PhD/Attorney $100
  • Business/Organization $200 (5 or less employees)
  • Business/Organization $400 (more than 5 employees)
  • Additional support $_______

***A reduced rate for individuals with a brain injury or family members with limited resources.