Supporting each other towards a new beginning
Every year, over 6,000 Canadians become permanently disabled by an acquired brain injury. The effects of a brain injury differ from person to person, but have an impact on everyone in that person’s life. A brain injury can be a devastating diagnosis and because it is not a visible disability, those affected are often misunderstood and lack support.
Please Welcome our New Executive Director/in News /by mbia
Bud, Spud & Chicken Dinner Event April 4th 2020/in Events /by mbia
The Manitoba Brain Injury Association is so happy to announce the return of the Bud, Spud & Chicken Dinner event!
Come join us Saturday April 4th 2020 from 6-9pm at the Canad-Inns Polo Park TYC Event Centre. There will be live music, silent auction and of course a wonderful meal prepared by Canad-Inns Polo Park. Our $25.00 tickets will give you entrance to our event, one drink, and a delicious dinner (with a veggie option). The night will continue with important guest speakers reminding us the importance of brain injury awareness and of course we cant forget the silent auction that will be open from dinner to close – with prizes announced at the end of our event!
The Manitoba Brain Injury Association would also like to thank all the generous sponsors and donors for which this event would not be possible without!
NOW Country 104.7
Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC)
Royal Bank Of Canada
Anchor Massage Therapy
Oak Hammock Marsh
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Best Western Winnipeg Airport
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
Prairie Exchange Theatre
Old Spaghetti Factory
The Royal Canadian Mint
Landmark Cinemas Grant Park
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
Mariaggi Theme and Suite Hotel
Chaeban Ice Cream
2019 Brandon Brain Injury Awareness Walk/in Events /by mbia