Brain Injury Network of Dallas

2015 Luncheon & Silent Auction

Mar 16, 2015 No Comments ›› theBind

BIND Luncheon & Silent Auction Saturday, October 24th, 2015 Plano Marriott at The Shops at Legacy 11:00 am Sponsorship & Underwriting Opportunities Available E-Mail for more information

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2014 Benefit Luncheon

Nov 4, 2014 No Comments ›› theBind

The Brain Injury Network of Dallas set a goal for expansion over the past year. Accomplishments have included one crucial addition to our organization, Development Director, Mary Martha Stinnett, legitimizing and promoting continued progress, and also the ability to rent space for the beginning stages of the clubhouse model. People returning from last year’s event …

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Community Clubhouse Independence Video

Jan 8, 2014 No Comments ›› theBind

What is the significance of Clubhouse membership? Watch our most recent video to learn more about the long-term impact of acquired brain injury and get a glimpse into the Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse in Chicago. We extend special thanks to Dean and Karen Stone, Chris Moore, Cheri Morrow and the Midwest Brain Injury Clubhouse for …

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First Annual Fundraiser

Aug 26, 2013 No Comments ›› theBind

    COMMUNITY  •  CLUBHOUSE  •  INDEPENDENCE Just over a year ago, during a regularly scheduled monthly meeting, the idea of an annual fundraiser was presented. Hopeful and enthusiastic BIND volunteers quickly assembled event committees catapulting the idea into action. Over the next several months the what, where, who, when and hows were answered. However, …

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2013 Walk for Thought

Apr 9, 2013 No Comments ›› theBind

Team BIND joined the 2nd Annual “Walk for Thought” this year as a non-profit sponsor. Initially, the morning of Saturday, March 23rd, 2013 looked grim as our team faced rain, lightening, and cold winds upon arrival to the event. Thankfully the rain cleared and 18 Team BIND members crossed the finish line! Some of our …

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Team BIND – Halloween Hustle

Nov 14, 2012 No Comments ›› theBind

  October 28, 2012 marks a significant date for all of us at BIND.  Twenty-one BIND supporters, including stroke survivors, traumatic brain injury survivors, caregivers, and friends joined together at the Halloween Hustle in McKinney.  Five members of the BIND team proudly finished the 1K event and sixteen completed the exhaustive 5K.  This marked a …

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Halloween Hustle

Oct 15, 2012 No Comments ›› theBind

  On October 28th, several of our volunteers will participate in the Halloween Hustle 1K and 5K events at Stonebridge Beach Club in McKinney.  Team BIND is 20 members strong, and includes 7 survivors of acquired brain injury.  Other members of our team are proud family members, friends, and members of the BIND Board of …

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California Pizza Kitchen

Aug 11, 2012 No Comments ›› theBind

  The FUNdraising event at California Pizza Kitchen was a success!  We appreciate all of our supporters for campaigning and dining with us.  With 20% of your dining dollars, CPK donated $408 to BIND!!  

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Walk for Thought

Aug 11, 2012 No Comments ›› theBind

Our proud team of 20 participated in the 1st annual “Walk For Thought,” benefiting the Brain Injury Association of America. Team BIND participated in the 1st Annual “Walk for Thought” in Irving on March 24.  Team BIND members completed a 2.1-mile walk and raised $995 for the Brain Injury Association of America.  Funds raised will …

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Welcome to BIND!

Aug 11, 2012 Comments Off on Welcome to BIND! theBind

BIND was established in September of 2011 by Valerie Gotcher, MS, CCC-SLP. Encouragement to form a non-profit organization to benefit survivors of acquired brain injury and their family members was spawned by ongoing feedback from Valerie’s former patients, in addition to literature that supports the benefits of community-based programs. Although these brain injury survivors had …

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