How you can help

Every day Headway Cambridgeshire supports people facing the uncertainty of brain injury: How long will the effects last? Will I still be able to work? What does this mean for my husband, wife, daughter, son? Now, more than ever, we need people like you to support our work and make sure that no one is left to deal with the effects of brain injury alone.

Headway Cambridgeshire wish to thank all of our supporters. We couldn’t run our services without the generosity of our fundraisers and the time and skills provided by our wonderful volunteers.

If you’d like to do something simple to improve life after brain injury, there are plenty of ways for you to get involved.

Make a donation

By JustGiving, Direct Debit, or post. You can even donate your old car.

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Fundraise for us

Take part in one of our events or organise your own. You can also raise money for us when you shop online.

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Become a corporate partner

There are many ways your company and staff can get involved

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Leave a gift in your Will

Your legacy will make a lasting difference to people with a brain injury.

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Fundraise in memory of a loved one

Make a donation, create an online tribute or hold a collection

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Our volunteers are vital to the continuation of our services.

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How your support makes a difference

Every penny we receive from our supporters enables us to continue our services and deliver new projects. Our support is provided either free of charge or subsidised, and so we need to raise at least £1600 a day, every day of the year, to deliver our services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

When you give money to Headway Cambridgeshire be assured that your money is being well-spent and put to the best use to help transform the lives of people with a brain injury.

Here are some of examples of the difference your donations can make

  • £5 could help provide initial information for someone who has acquired a brain injury
  • £15 could pay for someone to attend a cognitive session at Headway Cambridgeshire
  • £150 could help provide weekly therapeutic art sessions
  • £480 could help provide one month’s support to families at Addenbrookes Hospital
  • £1600 could help run Headway Cambridgeshire for one day
As a brain injured person it can sometimes be hard to feel positive about your progress but the gym instructor at Headway Cambridgeshire pushes me in the right direction and helps me to feel more enthusiastic about what I am able to achieve and what I might achieve in the future.