You can make a difference by donating to SJBIN
The St. Jude Brain Injury Network (SJBIN) is a grant funded non-profit organization that coordinates assistance and advocates for adult traumatic brain injury survivors by providing long term planning and support services. Your charitable gift will help provide traumatic brain injury survivors with community reintegration, supportive living, and vocational services. Your contribution will help make it possible to prevent homelessness; assist in finding employment; transportation needs; doctor visits or helping to put food on the table. All donations are deeply appreciated. Gifts to SJBIN are handled by the St. Jude Memorial Foundation.
Gifts are ear-marked strictly for SJBIN services. As a program of St. Jude Medical Center, SJBIN offers a variety of opportunities for supporting traumatic brain injury survivors. Your gift can be an acknowledgment of the excellent services provided by SJBIN, to pay tribute to a special person, or in memory of a loved one.
Gifts of Cash
A cash gift may be made by check or credit card and is the simplest and most common form of charitable contribution. This type of gift provides a tax deduction on your itemized tax return for the full amount given.
The Memorial Foundation accepts donations of appreciated securities or real estate. Such gifts offer tax advantages to the donor and can be designated for SJBIN for traumatic brain injury survivors.
Planned giving presents options for the donor to support SJBIN through the St. Jude Memorial Foundation while meeting personal long-term financial and estate goals. Depending on the type of deferred gift, from the simple bequest to the charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust, benefits may include increased income, immediate income tax deduction, as well as capital gain, estate and gift tax avoidance.
More information is available at The Memorial Foundation.
If you have any questions with regards to a donation, you may contact SJBIN at 714-446-5626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.