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Empower Recovery, Rebuild Lives

Your generosity empowers brain injury and stroke survivors to relearn valuable life skills, reclaim their independence, and reconnect with their communities while also providing vital assistance to their families and caregivers. Your contribution to ARBI is not just a donation; it’s a lifeline that drives recovery, supports families, and helps rebuild lives forever changed by brain injuries. Thank you for making a difference.

Where Your Donation Goes

Area of Greatest Need: Your donation to the area of greatest need allows ARBI to allocate funds where they are most urgently required. This flexible support ensures we can respond to immediate needs, sustain our programs, and continue providing essential services that help survivors and their families rebuild their lives.

Mel Laine Memorial Bursary: This bursary supports young adult traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors aged 18-30. Named in honour of Mel Laine, whose remarkable recovery journey inspired ARBI’s founding, this fund covers up to 80% of the costs for neurorehabilitation services, recreation programs, and wellness services for individuals in financial need.

Audrey Morrice Memorial Bursary: Named after ARBI’s co-founder, this bursary supports acquired brain injury (ABI) survivors aged 18+. Covering up to 80% of the costs for neurorehabilitation services, recreation programs, and wellness services for individuals in financial need, it honours Audrey Morrice’s legacy of dedication and compassion.

Learn more about ARBI’s Bursary Program

More Ways to Give

Whether you contribute during your lifetime or through your will, a planned gift holds the power to impact brain injury and stroke survivors in our community. Explore ways to leave a legacy through our Planned Giving options.

Donating securities or mutual funds is the most efficient way to give charitably. You can give more and make a greater difference with no capital gains taxes and a tax receipt reflecting the full market value. Donate Securities Form.

Celebrate a special occasion with a donation that carries meaning. Whether you choose a physical card or an e-card, we’ll ensure your message is delivered to the individual you’re honouring. Donation Dedication Form.

Honour the memory of a loved one while making a meaningful impact on our programs and services. ARBI will send a card to the bereaved family or friend, recognizing your heartfelt contribution. Donation Dedication Form.

Join our community of monthly donors making a lasting impact on brain injury and stroke survivors. Your consistent support powers life-changing programs. Monthly Giving Form.

Gift in Kind

ARBI offers tax receipts for eligible gifts in kind—non-monetary items or services that directly benefit our programs and initiatives. If you’re considering contributing gifts in kind, please email

Plan a Fundraiser

Whether you’re hosting a bake sale, organizing an online birthday fundraiser, or getting creative with your own unique event, there’s a world of possibilities to support ARBI. Download our Community Event Form and start your fundraising journey today!

Support ARBI’s mission through various roles, whether working directly with survivors or assisting in other areas. Visit our Volunteer Page to learn more about the roles and how you can make a difference.

Donate your recycling with free pickup and receive a charitable tax receipt. Sign up now to empower recovery and a greener planet!

Helping to Rebuild Lives Forever Changed by Brain Injuries

For over 45 years, ARBI has been rebuilding the lives of individuals with acquired brain injury through rehabilitation and community integration. Our dedicated and dynamic interdisciplinary team works with clients and their families during an extremely difficult chapter in their lives, providing vital knowledge, skills, and support when it is needed the most.

Ensuring ARBI is there for our clients, like Mindy, is critical in their path to recovery.


As a non-profit organization, ARBI relies heavily on donations from individuals, families, corporations, and foundations to fund our programs that help shape a brighter and more fulfilling future for brain injury and stroke survivors.