Bake for Brain Injury Keep calm and bake: Get
Bake for Brain Injury
Keep calm and bake:
Get ready to raise some dough to support the work of Acquired Brain Injury Ireland and help bake the world a better place!
Once again, we are encouraging people to organise a bake event to raise funds that will make a difference to brain injury survivors.
Last year many of these events were stopped before they got started with Covid-19 arriving just as Bake for Brain Injury was due to take place.
That’s why this year we are asking all our supporters to take part in a home bake and we are encouraging you to take things online and get together with others while staying safe.
The 15th to the 21st of March is Brain Awareness Week. We are asking all our amazing supporters to get involved and celebrate our brain injury survivors. You can do this by holding a virtual bake during this week or anytime in March.
All you have to do is sign up, decide what you will bake, and then raise some dough for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
Hosting a virtual bake will mean doing a video call with your friends, family, or colleagues where you can all have a cup of tea and a chat. You, as the host, can bake up a storm and show off what you’ve made and the people joining you might bake something as well.
You can set up a fundraising page on Justgiving and ask everyone you know to donate to show their support for your baking efforts and help Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
If you’ve any questions or would like any more information, please just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01) 280 4164.
How it works
Taking your bake event virtual is really easy. Just follow the steps below. You should have a great time and raise loads of dough for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
A virtual bake is hosting a video call with your friends, family, or colleagues. You could all take part and bake something in your own homes and then enjoy what you’ve baked or just have a cup of tea or coffee and a chat. It’s just another way to get together while being apart. Why not try it on a work Zoom meeting?
Zoom or other video calling applications which most of us have gotten to know pretty well in recent months will work great for this. Of course, You’ve also got the choice to host your bake with just your immediate family within the household and not go online.
- Decide what date you want to have your bake. The 15th to the 21st of March is Brain Awareness Week. We are asking supporters to get involved and celebrate our brain injury survivors. You can do this by holding a virtual bake during this week or anytime in March.
- To take things virtual you should choose the video chat provider you are most comfortable with. Whether it’s Skype, Zoom, Whatsapp, Facebook, just make sure it is the right one for you.
- Invite those people who can’t physically be there to join your chat so you can all be together virtually. Set a time or send a link to the chat to everyone you want to join. And remember to ask them to get in on the fun and bake something if they want.
- On the day, everyone is on the call. Compare your fantastic bakes, have some great conversation, drink some tea or coffee! Maybe play some games or have an online quiz. You could show each other your bakes and vote on the best one.
There are many ways for anyone to donate and support Bake for Brain Injury
When you register to take part, you can set up a fundraising page online. Friends and family will then be able to donate to support your Bake for Brain Injury event. There are a couple of ways to do this. We recommend using JustGiving.
You can create a JustGiving page and direct everyone you know to your fundraiser.
Click on the link below and follow the steps:
If you raise funds offline, you can send these directly to us and we will record these as part of your Bake for Bake Injury efforts.
You can do this in a few ways:
By Post – Send a cheque or postal order to:
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V3
Online – Donate your funds raised online here and select Bake for Brain Injury under “What prompted your donation”.
Phone – Donate by credit/debit card over the phone on 01 2804164.
You can obtain our bank account details if you want to do a bank transfer by requesting them by phone on 01 280 4164 or emailing email@example.com
If you need further information or would like to request that we post you a sponsorship card for offline donations or any other materials you can contact us on 01 280 4164 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is "Virtual" Bake for Brain Injury?
This year we are taking Bake for Brain Injury virtual. We are asking everyone to adapt to the times we live in and take part in their own bake event in a new way.
All you have to do is sign up, decide what you will bake, and then raise some dough for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland. Hosting a virtual bake will mean doing a video call. You can set up a fundraising page online and ask everyone you know to donate to show their support for your baking efforts. We will also send you a fundraising pack once you registered to collect offline donations.
Are there any registration or participation fees?
There is no fundraising target for Virtual Bake for Brain Injury. What we ask is that you register here and then set up a Justgiving page here. You’ll be able to collect donations there from friends and family.
Is there a fundraising target?
There is no fundraising target for Virtual Bake for Brain Injury. But we do ask that once you’ve registered that you set up a fundraising page online with JustGiving pr Facebook to get donations from friends or family. You can also collect donations offline with a sponsorship card that we will be happy to send you. Collect donations by setting up a JustGiving page here.
How do I fundraise?
We are asking all participants to fundraise by setting up a JustGiving page here. Remember to edit your page to share information about your event and encourage friends and family to donate to you. We can also provide you with a sponsorship card if you’d like to take donations in person from people.
Where can I get a sponsorship form?
We can send you a sponsorship card in the post. You can email email@example.com to request this or call us on (01) 280 4164.
How will Acquired Brain Injury Ireland use the funds I have raised?
The money you raise will make a big difference to the lives of the 150,000 people in Ireland with an acquired brain injury today. These funds are essential to our variety of services for people living with a brain injury as well as their families and their carers.
To find out more you can visit our website at www.abiireland.ie
Can I take cash donations?
If you receive cash donations you can add these as offline donations into your Justgiving page to keep count of your overall total. For Acquired Brain Injury Ireland to receive these donations you can call us to donate by phone on (01) 280 4164. You can also donate on our website here: https://www.abiireland.ie/i-want-to-help-support/donate-now/
Also, you can post a cheque to us at our address: Acquired Brian Injury Ireland, 2nd Floor, Block A, Century House, 100 George’s Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2V.
Please just give us a call on (01) 280 4164 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance with this or would like our account details to make a bank transfer.
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