How Can I Help?
In order to continue to provide vital services to people and families after brain injury, we rely on donations. You can play a crucial role in helping us to make difference in our community. Your kindness will ensure that more people can get the support and guidance they need and deserve after brain injury.
In the UK, every 90 seconds there is a hospital admission for Acquired Brain Injury. It can happen to anyone, in any place, at any time. Suffering a brain injury can often come with devastating consequences.
- ABI is a leading cause of death and disability in the UK
- 1.3 million people in the UK are living with brain injury related disabilities
Community support can help minimise the long-term effects and promote a better recovery. With your support, people and families can go on to lead happy and meaningful lives.
We rely on the kindness of others to help us provide a lifeline to those affected by brain injury.
That means that every single penny you donate makes a real difference – without it we wouldn’t be able to continue to support those who need us the most.
Become an official Friend of P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery
Another way you can get involved in supporting our cause is to sign up to our Friends Scheme. This scheme sees supporters make monthly annual payments, which means that your kind contributions continually make a difference to people’s lives. This can be done as an individual, or we welcome businesses to become supporters too. As a thank you for signing up you’ll get:
– Your name/company logo proudly displayed on our Friends of P.A.U.L For Brain Recovery wall at our charity Centre
– Official certificate
– Regular updates
– Logo pin badge
– VIP invites to our annual fundraising events
Leave a lasting legacy and ensure your beliefs live on after your lifetime. Everyone can leave money to a charity of their choice in their Will. If you feel that our charity has been of special benefit to you or your loved ones, or you feel passionately about what we do, please think about this option.
Where your money goes
1 person in crisis can get the support and guidance they need
to help them find a positive way forward towards a brighter future.
10 service users can gain an understanding of brain injury recovery
helping them to accept their life-changing disability, learn to cope with the negative consequences and to gain practical skills to manage their chronic condition.
5 service users can avoid social isolation
due to having a safe-place to socialise, and feel understood and supported amongst people that share a similar lived experience.*
10 service users can enjoy a day trip in an inspiring environment
enabling them to socialise and feel a sense of fulfilment, independence and belonging.
8 service users can improve their physical and emotional wellbeing
helping to optimise their recovery and minimise the long-term effects of their brain injury.*