Recognizing those who support Brain Injury Prevention and Awareness in their Communities
Submissions for the 2018 Brain Injury Canada Awards are now open! This program strives to recognize Canada’s top contributors to brain injury prevention, awareness, and support.
Brain Injury Canada has reorganized and refreshed these awards for 2018, and we are pleased to be offering awards in the following categories:
- Volunteer of the Year 2018 (a volunteer awarded from each from each of Western, Eastern and Atlantic Canada)
- Debbie and Trevor Greene Award
- Harry Zarins Youth Award
- Jane Gillett Research Award
- Employer Award (in conjunction with the University of Toronto)
Submissions for the 2018 awards will be accepted until September 1, 2018 and the award winners will be notified by September 15, 2018. The award winners will be publicly announced at Brain Injury Canada’s annual conference in October 2018. Award winners attending the conference will receive their award in person. Brain Injury Canada understands this may not be financially feasible for all recipients and encourages a presentation ceremony by the province or community association at an event they may have.
There is no fee for submitting a nomination for an award, so if you feel that you know someone who deserves recognition, submit his or her name! Winning a Brain Injury Canada award is a great way to gain publicity and recognition.
A completed application form must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline to be considered. Please note that late or incomplete award submissions cannot be accepted.
Brain Injury Canada looks forward to receiving your submissions.