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Events are such a fantastically fun way to show your support and raise essential funds for our life-changing services. There are so many options available too which means that there really is something for everyone!

You can take part in Acquired Brain Injury Ireland events such as Bake for Brain or you can don your running shoes, and join Team Acquired Brain Injury Ireland by taking part in events like the Women’s Mini Marathon or even a full marathon if that takes your fancy! Alternatively, you can take part in events organised by our fabulous supporters to benefit our work such as the Clane 10k and 5k family run. The list is endless!

And don’t forget, if none of the existing events feel right for you, then you can create your own and get your fundraising show on the road! Download your Event Proposal Form here to get started!

So, what are you waiting for?! It’s time to have some fun and make a difference!

Upcoming Fundraising Events

june 2021

2021fri01jan11:00 amMindfulness for Carers with Susan Barrettwith Susan Barrett

2021sun28mar(mar 28)11:59 pmAcquired Brain Injury Ireland Legal Advisory Sessionswith Ann McGarry

2021thu03jun12:30 pmChair Yogawith Emer Duffy

july 2021

2021wed28jul(jul 28)9:00 amVirtual World Congress on Brain Injury 2021Acquired Brain Injury Ireland partners with the International Brain Injury Association to present a major global research event this July.

august 2021

2021sat28aug7:00 amPaul McGrath Golf Classic

october 2021

2021octAbseil for Brain Injury 2021

march 2022

2022wed23mar(mar 23)9:00 am14th Biennial World Congress on Brain InjuryIn March 2022 Dublin will host leading health professionals, scientists and researchers at the world's largest conference on brain injury.

Legacy / Wills Gifts Enquiries

Please contact the Legacy team at Fundraising@abiireland.ie or call 01 2804164 

Our Funding and Governance

It truly is critically important to us that we maintain the best standards when receiving donations from our generous supporters. These principles will enable you as our supporter to maintain a full level of support and appreciation for and from Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.

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