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Fundraising

Welcome to the Brain Injury Matters Fundraising Page, here you will find lots of useful information and ideas for your fundraising activities. We rely on you to help us to raise money to provide vital services for those affected by brain injury.

Fundraising events

Are you interested in undertaking an exciting and adrenaline packed challenge? Do you enjoy running, climbing, cycling, bungee jumping or even skydiving? If you answered yes to any of these then Brain Injury Matters may well have the event for you!

Whether it is your first time putting on a pair of trainers or you are a veteran runner, cyclist or skydiver, there will be a challenge that is just right for you. Our team will be here to support you every step of the way through your fundraising activities to ensure you reach your target.

When you fundraise for Brain Injury Matters NI, you are guaranteed that the money you raised stays within Northern Ireland and is used to bring necessary support and services to those individuals affected by Acquired Brain Injury.

Legacy

Many individuals who give to a chosen charity over their lives also decide to leave a gift to their chosen charities in their will. For many, a gift to a charity in their will may be the largest donation they will ever make.

Any gift to Brain Injury Matters, no matter how large or small, will always make a massive difference to the lives of people with an acquired brain injury who use our services. If you would like to remember Brain Injury Matters in your will, there are three kinds of legacy you may wish to leave;

Residuary

A residuary legacy is a gift of the residue or part of the residue of an estate.

“I give to Brain Injury Matters NI of 478 Castlereagh Road, Belfast, the entire residue of my estate whatsoever and where so ever and I direct the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper office for the next time bring of the said organisation shall be a full and sufficient discharge of the same”.

Pecuniary

A pecuniary legacy is a gift of a specific amount of money determined when the will is written.

“I give the sum of £….. to Brain Injury Matters NI of 478 Castlereagh Road, Belfast and I direct that the treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of the said organisation shall be proper and sufficient discharge for the same”.

Specific

A specific legacy is when a particular item is given; this can include stocks and share, property, furniture etc.

“I bequeath (the item specified)…….. To Brain Injury Matters NI of 478 Castlereagh Road, Belfast and I direct that that treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of the said organisation shall be proper and sufficient discharge for the same.

If you are interested in leaving a gift to Brain Injury Matters in your will or if you have any questions please phone 028 9070 5125 or email info@braininjurymatters.org.uk

Fundraising Pack

For more information, support and advice on organising fundraising events or challenges for Brain Injury Matters please download our Fundraising Pack.