How to Participate:
1. Spread the word:
Download and share the #KeepCalmBrainOn and #MyInjuryNotMe campaigns through social media by sharing your journey. To save the image, right click and save as picture.
2. Attend Events:
Brain Injury Services will be hosting events throughout the month. Check out our calendar for more information.
3. Virtually participate in BIS Spirit Week:
- Monday, March 16 – Hat Day
- Tuesday, March 17 – Wear Green for St. Patrick’s Day
- Wednesday, March 18 – Sports Team Day
- Thursday, March 19 – Dress Up Day
- Friday, March 20 – Wear Blue for Brain Injury Awareness
If you want to support ADAPT and Spirit Week, feel free to wear something special, take a picture, and post it on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram with the hashtag #BISSpiritWeek or #BISAWARENESS
4. Purchase an item from the BIS Store: Make a fashion statement and spread awareness at the same time. 15 percent of your sale will go to BIS fundraising.
5. Make a donation or become a https://braininjurysvcs.org/donate/. Your donation will help survivors build the skills and confidence they need to lead productive and fulfilling lives.
Other ways to help:
For questions, support, or ideas, contact our marketing manager Aleena Gardezi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campaign Themes for Brain Injury Awareness
Keep Calm and Brain On:
Getting a diagnosis can be scary and a relief at the same time but it is important to remember you are not alone. Resources, support groups, and organizations are available to help you whether you are a client or caregiver.
This campaign will highlight survivors that empower their fears and overcome obstacles to focus on the positive aspects of their lives.
My Injury Not Me:
An injury doesn’t define who a person is: My brain injury doesn’t define me.
This campaign will show that each brain injury survivor is unique by highlighting how they overcame obstacles to achieve their goals and dreams.