In celebration of the 30th Annual State of the States in Head Injury meeting, we invite you to contribute $30 or more to help NASHIA provide additional training and educational opportunities for State governments and partner stakeholders working to assist individuals living with brain injury and their families.
Contributions are one of the most crucial sources of revenue for NASHIA. Your tax-deductible contributions and in-kind donations support NASHIA’s public policy and advocacy efforts, as well as our member services that link state government employees to one another for peer mentoring, provide for collective representation, and promote the exchange of promising practices around TBI systems development.
Why We Need Your Help
Membership in NASHIA is voluntary; while some state agencies pay dues, the majority of our members pay individual dues. Our budget is small and there is always more work to be done. All support, regardless of the size or the type, makes a difference to NASHIA. Through publications, web sites, educational opportunities, and more, NASHIA helps its members and others interested in state government balance the ever-increasing needs with the ever-decreasing pool of public resources. As a result there is improved availability and quality of services and supports for individuals and families.
Donate by check or PayPal
If you would like to make a donation by check, please make it payable to "NASHIA" and mail it to:
National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA)
PO Box 1878
Alabaster, AL 35007
If you wish to make a one-time donation, use this PayPay button:
Benefactor Member ($2,000 + )
Benefactor Membership is for a person or organization/business/association with interest in prevention, public policy, treatment, rehabilitation, community-integration, and service-coordination within the field of head injury that recognizes the value of NASHIA’s efforts and contributes $2,000 or more. Benefactors’ generosity will strengthen NASHIA’s mission to assist States in promoting partnerships and building systems to meet the needs of individuals with head injury and their families.
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