A $1000 donation from Vancouver Island Real Estate Board was presented (pictured right) to Shelley Howard of the Head Injury Society by Reg Eaton and Cholene Begin, representatives of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board.
The Campbell River Head Injury Support Society has been a registered non-profit charitable organization since 2000. They are open five days a week with programs running most days. They have a membership of over 210 survivors and caregivers and continually grows.
Their main objective is to help the survivors and their families live productive and prosperous lives by offering programs that will strengthen their skills, better understanding of brain injury, finding coping skills and fellowship.
A brain injury can happen at any time, anywhere, at any age and in different ways; strokes, brain tumors, falls, concussions, automobile accidents, work related accidents and sports, just to name a few.
For more information about what they offer in programming and about brain injury, visit www.crhead.ca