WALK TOGETHER FOR BRAIN INJURY 2018

Brain Injury changes peoples’ lives in an instant. Help Heads Together build better futures for families and young people impacted by brain injury and join us to walk 50km’s in a Day.

Walk Together for Brain Injury will be held on Saturday 21st April 2018 and will explore the beautiful coastal region of Hobsons Bay beginning and ending at Cherry Lake, Altona. You can walk the whole 50km, do a 30km half day, or just stroll around the lake as part of our Walkathon. Its about getting together to make a difference in whatever way you can.

The Walk is our key fundraiser for 2018. We’re aiming to raise $50,000. We would love you to get involved by, registering to walk, fundraising, donating or volunteering your time on the day. Spread the word far and wide and help change lives for the better.

REGISTER TO WALK NOW!

                      

FUNDRAISER LEADERBOARD

TOP INDIVIDUALSTOP TEAMS
MARINA H.
$595
THE BRUNSWICK MASSIVE
$730.00
BARBARA B.
$110.00
#KTFBI - Kids Together for Brain Injury
$480.00
MEL T.
$80.00
GOODNESS GRACIOUS, ISABELLE NECESSARY ON A BIKE?
$305.00
CATHY O.
$60.00
TEAM SUMMERS
$240.00
MONASH CHILDRENS HOSPITAL TEAM
$170.00

MORE ABOUT HEADS TOGETHER FOR ABI

Creating opportunities for people with an Acquired Brain Injury and their families to feel connected, inspired and positive about building a better today and tomorrow.

There are over 700,000 people living in Australia with an ABI, and 2 out of 3 suffer their ABI before the age of 25. Our goal is to be able to offer the opportunity to join this wonderful community to any family in Victoria, who has a child or young adult with an ABI.

Our organisation provides people, who have experienced ABI, the opportunity to be part of a community that understands what they are going through. We offer weekend camps for families who have a child with an ABI, social events for young adults with an ABI, mentoring and leadership opportunities, and information sharing and connecting on our online web community.

Understand how brain injury changes lives – watch this video from one of our Heads Together Families “Waiting for Massimo”