Join Our Team of Volunteers
Brain Injury Connections Northwest is all about people and service, and our volunteers come from all different backgrounds to serve our community together. Contact us with your name, contact information, and area of interest to join our vibrant team of volunteers with and without brain injury!
Volunteer with the Social Committee
Are you a fun, creative, innovative person who likes planning events? Do you like to go bowling, drink coffee, go to the zoo, hang out, pick berries, and go to comedy clubs? If that sounds like you, the social committee would love your help!
We’re looking for folks who can devote 2 hours a month to help us plan new events and carry out our current events. If you have minimal experience – that’s fine! You’ll be joining a friendly group of people who have been doing these events for 2 years.
Peer Support Volunteer Opportunities
Lead or help with a Support Group Meeting
We facilitate our own meetings when each person is ready. If you are interested in leading a meeting or suggesting a topic, please contact us!
You can also help us set or clean up. Arrive 15 minutes before Support Group Meetings (which can be found on our calendar). We all pitch in at the close of the meeting to clean up.
Board and Committee Opportunities
Board of Directors
We have a very active board of directors comprised of brain injury survivors, family members and professionals from the community. Please contact us if you are interested in joining the board, or have any questions.
We have various committees and teams that can also use your help, enthusiasm, and expertise! Some examples include Programs, Financial, Fundraising and Education Committees. Please contact us if you are interested in joining a committee, or have any questions.
We offer talks for the community. Join us in speaking with community groups, schools, and local professionals about brain injury, safety and prevention, life changes, and strategies for success. Our goal is to raise awareness, share our unique perspectives, and encourage others in the community to share their stories and questions about acquired brain injury with us.