How to Help : Make a Difference

Helping brain aneurysm patients, survivors, and families is a rewarding experience that brings you closer to people who have a tremendous amount of courage, strength, and hope. Learn how you can make a difference through donating money, time, and support to those who need your help. However you choose to get involved, everything you do makes a difference. With your support, we can start making a real investment to help fight the devastation caused by brain aneurysms and save lives. Brain aneurysms are still killing and impacting far too many of our loved ones. So, how will you make a difference?

Donate

                                                      

Every donation matters - every dollar counts. Your donations support the mission of The Brain Aneurysm Foundation, which is the nation’s only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to providing critical awareness, education, and research funding to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysm ruptures. We can’t do it without you. By making a generous donation today, you can help save lives. We are grateful that you wish to donate to The Brain Aneurysm Foundation.

General Donations

Send a general donation to support the ongoing efforts of The Brain Aneurysm Foundation. Gifts to The Brain Aneurysm Foundation may be made by:
Mail:   The Brain Aneurysm Foundation
            269 Hanover Street, Building 3
            Hanover, MA 02339
Phone: 888-272-4602
Email: office@bafound.org

Or click below to make a secure online donation. It’s safe and easy.

Donate Online

 

In Memoriam Donations

Make a donation in memory of someone whose life was tragically ended by a brain aneurysm. Your memorial donation is a meaningful and hopeful way to honor someone special in your life while supporting the mission of The Brain Aneurysm Foundation to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysm ruptures. Your help has never been needed more urgently.

Make an in Memory Donation
 

In Honor Donations

Make a donation in honor of someone to celebrate a happy occasion - surviving a brain aneurysm, a birthday, the holidays, an anniversary, a wedding, or a bar mitzvah.

Make an In Honor Donation
 

Volunteer

How can you help? What fundraising events are scheduled for the upcoming year, and how can you get involved? Become a walker in your local area. If there is no walk in your area, start a walk. Become a brain aneurysm awareness advocate.

Contact your state and Congressional representatives to establish recognition of September as National Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month to help raise awareness, promote education and support research of this often deadly disease. The states that have already proclaimed September as Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month are: MA, CO, OH, ME, NH, CA, HI, NE, MI, PA, FL, NY, IL, TX, DE, NJ, WI and NC. If we have missed any state, please let us know. Contact office@bafound.org for more information on how to advocate to have your state proclaim September as Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month. 

Contact your local media outlets to have the Public Service Announcement produced by The Brain Aneurysm Foundation aired in your community to increase awareness. Take part in National Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month in September by distributing aneurysm awareness materials in your community. Distribute The Brain Aneurysm Foundation’s DVD “Early Detection of Brain Aneurysms: Life vs. Death” to early responder departments and emergency departments in your community. We can’t do it without your help.

Start Your Own Fundraising Event

If you are interested in hosting a fundraiser to benefit The Brain Aneurysm Foundation and bring more awareness of brain aneurysms to your community, please contact office@bafound.org

There have been many successful fundraisers for The Brain Aneurysm Foundation nationwide including: walks, races, dinner galas, golf tournaments, fashion shows, marathon events, picnics, concerts, and sporting events.

The Brain Aneurysm Foundation will help you by setting up your own event website for registration and to allow individuals to set up online fundraising websites for donations. The BAF will post your event on our website and publicize your event and will provide awareness materials for the event.

For more information about starting a walk in your area, Click Here.

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)

Through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), federal employees and military personnel are eligible to make contributions by payroll deduction. Individual donors can designate their contributions to go directly to The Brain Aneurysm Foundation, which is a recognized nonprofit organization. The code for The Brain Aneurysm Foundation is 74342.