Supports, Sponsors, and Recommended Charity Opportunities


What does it mean when we say we are a SUPPORT or SUPPORTER of a certain person, organization, or website?
HOPE TBI can show support by recognizing and celebrating specific people, groups, and organizations who share specific education, support, awareness, rehabilitation processes, program development, community involvement, and/or vision of bringing awareness to Polytrauma or Brain Injury. While not an exhaustive list of great resources, when we offer SUPPORT, more often than not we have experienced help from them directly, know someone who has, or believe in their specific cause.

Neuroscience In The News

Polytrauma and Orthopedic Resources

TBI Resource Pages

crashsupportnetworkMichigan Auto Law






What does it mean when we say we have a SPONSOR?

Being sponsored means that an individual or a company believes in you and what you’re doing and wants to help. They may approach you and offer to sponsor you in exchange for promotion – (a video, a link in an article, financial support, or even a social media status).

Those interested in SPONSORING this Website and its content, please contact Caren at

Current sponsors include:








If you want to help a cause, a person, an organization, etc by donating your time, items, services, or money, making a decision to donate to charity is an obvious choice. However, for most people, deciding to donate is the easy part – deciding where to donate is much harder.

Listed below are Legitimate individuals/organizations we encourage others to consider Donating to when we are asked for referrals to such places. This is not an exhaustive list of all the wonderful places available to help others out there, however ones we have had experience with directly, or first hand knowledge about, and can vouch for their authenticity, and follow through (referrals here does not mean we necessarily embrace their specific belief systems, but rather the work they are doing for the good of the whole person):

(Listed in Alphabetical order)

Brain Injury Radio

Donations should be addressed to:  TBI Network – c/o Brain Injury Radio
306 N Barker Rd – Unit 193
Spokane, Wa 99016
GO! Bus, Rapid Transit Service (GO!Bus is a shared ride, advanced reservation, ADA paratransit service intended to provide a comparable level of transportation to that which is provided by a The Rapid fixed-route bus. GO!Bus is also available to companions of qualified riders, personal care attendants (PCAs) and service animals)
Health Care Associates Transport, HCAT – (HCAT stands for Health Care Associates Transport. HCAT is fully equipped for wheel chair transport and can be used for trips to the doctor, dentist, therapy, shopping or even family outings and special events. We started HCAT because our clients were tired of waiting for the specialty transportation, and frankly, we were too. The hours are flexible and the cost is reasonable. HCAT runs seven days a week, twenty four hours a day, no limit on distance. Your companion rides free)
Hope Network NeuroRehab (care for people challenged by brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke and other neurological conditions)
Mary Free Bed, Home and Community Services
Pilots for Christ International (Pilots For Christ International is a non-denomination organization of pilots and aviation enthusiasts, dedicated to the promotion of the Gospel through, mercy flights, compassion flights, provided by Christian Pilots, via aviation and necessary ground transportation)
Pink Concussions (non-profit organization to focus on pre-injury education and post-injury medical care for women and girls with brain injury including concussion incurred from sport, violence, accidents or military service.
The Scapula Institute Scapula Institutes mission is to provide support, knowledge, and experience that will help patients and their healthcare providers in the treatment of moderate to severe fractures of the shoulder girdle)

We Can’t Wait (All volunteers who share information and offer suggestions for what they can do to fix the problems with no fault reform.
Wings of Mercy (For patients who can’t afford to fly, Wings of Mercy is a unique, nonprofit organization providing free air transportation to distant medical centers)
Wounded Warrior Project (The WWP mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses, or wound, co-incident to your military service on or after September 11, 2001. You may also be eligible for the program if you are the family member or caregiver of a Wounded Warrior)