Our charity for 2017/18 is The Child Brain Injury Trust
The Child Brain Injury Trust offer support to anyone in the UK affected by childhood acquired brain injury.
You can read more about what they do here
MASS recognises the invaluable work that road safety and victim support charities do for people who have been affected by road traffic accidents. We are proud to form charity partnerships and support these charities through fundraising events and donations from members.
We nominate an annual charity and, alongside the funds we raise for these charities, we also help them with any relevant legal advice if needed.
We welcome enquiries from charities with a connection to road traffic accidents. If you would like to be considered as our annual charity partner please do get in touch – email@example.com.
We have previously worked with and supported:
Aspire (2013 & 2014)
Aspire offers practical support to the 40,000 people living with a spinal cord injury in the UK so they can lead fulfilled and independent lives in their homes, with their families, in work places and in leisure time.
BIRT (2015 & 2016)
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust helps people regain the skills lost as a result of a brain injury through providing rehabilitation, housing, care and community based support.
Read more about about MASS’ involvement with BIRT:
Brake is a charity that assists the victims of road traffic accidents and their families by providing emotional support and information through to practical and helpful booklets.
BUSK works to promote safe child road transport throughout the UK and specialises in all aspects of home to school transport, school trips in the UK and school visits abroad. We provide free services for parents and schools.
UK-wide charity offering support, information and training on acquired brain injury in children.
A national charity supporting people with a brain injury and those who care for them, through a network of local groups and branches and a national helpline and services.
Spinal Injuries Association (2011 & 2012)
SIA offers a pathway of support by aiming to be there for a newly injured person from the time of injury and for the rest of a person’s life. Support is given by spinal cord injured people, all of whom can offer their lived experiences of spinal cord injury.