As a not for profit organisation interested in meeting the needs of the brain injury community, Brain Injury SA (BISA) will seek to raise funds for services or facilities it cannot fund in other ways.
Fundraising will be in line with BISA’s Fundraising strategy and may include a variety of different activities for different purposes at any one time.
Volunteers are offering any skills, time or interest they have to support BISA in its Fundraising, with opportunities varying from some ongoing contribution and assistance to volunteering to assist with one particular event or fundraising campaign.
Fundraising can be supported by a very wide variety of people and absorb many different types of skills. If you are interested in volunteering in Fundraising with us, please submit an application so we know of your availability and what you are interested in doing.
This will operate as follows:
- Appointment – through application, with varying opportunities arising across the year, depending on BISA’s fundraising activities
- Appointment duration – entirely up to the individual volunteering
- Assist BISA in Fundraising events, in line with availability and capacity at any time needed
- Provide assistance as agreed when offered
Criteria for selection
- Agreement to work with BISA as instructed and according to our policies and procedures
- Interest in and time available to assist BISA fund raise for its work
- One or more of a wide variety of skills and connections that might contribute to fundraising
A submitted application will be acknowledged and kept by BISA until we have some fundraising activity occurring. You will be contacted in line with your expressed interest and availability as such opportunities to volunteer occur.
Making an Application
An application can be made online using the Volunteer Application Form. Applications can be submitted at any time.
A bit about Brain Injury SA…
Embrace life after brain injury
Brain Injury SA is for people with Acquired Brain Injury
Acquire Brain Injury (ABI) is the “multiple disabilities arising from damage to the brain acquired after birth. It results in deterioration in cognitive, physical, emotional or independent functioning. It can be as a result of accidents, tumours, infection, poisoning, lack of oxygen, degenerative neurological disease etc.”
– National Community Services Data Dictionary (Australian Institute of Health and Well Being, Canberra, 2012)
As a Peak Body and a Service Provider, Brain Injury SA works with and for the ABI community to:
- Empower people to determine and work towards their goals
- Provide tailored and accessible therapy services to maximise quality of life
- Assist in addressing barriers and issues arising from living with disabilities
- Support families and carers
- Advocate for and work to deliver increased community and government awareness, inclusion and assistance for people living with ABI
- Continuously improve the value and quality of services through research, evaluation and development