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The Brain Injury Association of Michigan welcomes volunteers of all ages, abilities, and interests!

 

Your time spent supporting BIAMI will make a huge difference – one we’re happy to recognize and celebrate – so check out these volunteer options:

 

BIAMI’S Brighton office

Meeting and event coordination support, marketing and promotional support, data entry, telephone and office tasks

Unmasking Brain Injury design and display events

Assist BIAMI staff in capturing survivor-artist stories, help set up and take down mask displays, coordinate publicity

Annual Meeting and Spring Fling for survivors in Frankenmuth

Logistics, assisting survivors, transportation, supervising entertainment

Our 20 chapters and support groups throughout Michigan

Logistics, transportation, partnering with group leadership to plan and facilitate meetings and events

Contact Kathie Sell for more information about the above opportunities: ksell@biami.org; (810) 229-5880

Lids for Kids

Free bike helmet fitting and giveaway events in Lansing, Traverse City, and Grand Rapids, plus a similar event in Saginaw: Assist in bike purchase, assist in helmet fittings and bike giveaway, help BIAMI representatives in staffing booth and managing games and contests for kids

Spring Tribute Legacy Society Dinner

BIAMI’s 1100-person annual black tie gala at the Suburban Showcase in Novi: Planning and coordination, on-site set-up and take-down, hosting and registration

2-day Annual Fall Conference in Lansing

Planning and coordination, exhibitor relations, logistics, transportation, speaker and guest hosting and support

Brain Injury Awareness Month events throughout the state every March

Planning and coordination, marketing and publicity, media relations

COMING SOON: Family-oriented athletic events and campus-based activities

To learn more about the volunteer opportunities immediately above, please contact Gerry Schorin: gschorin@biami.org or ( 810) 229-5880.

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