Contributing to science: how you can support the Brain Research Foundation
One small experiment involving a mouse model of schizophrenia could result in potential prevention and treatment. That’s just one of the many projects funded by the Brain Research Foundation.
A little bit can go a long way.
It’s the same with donations. Just $1 from a contributor like you helps fund our seed grant program—which, in turn, can attract an additional $25 in funding from other sources. Imagine what a greater donation would do for brain research. So please, make a donation today.
Many ways to give
Other ways to give to the Brain Research Foundation include volunteering your time and purchasing My Son’s Name Was Fred, the moving portrait of a boy with schizophrenia. The proceeds from this book go to the Brain Research Foundation.
For many who have busy lives, volunteering is not an option. If instead you choose to donate to the Brain Research Foundation, find out how you can make a tax-deductible direct gift, or plan your giving for the future in the following ways:
- Make a bequest
- Make us your life insurance beneficiary
- Donate retirement funds
- Set up a charitable remainder trust
Regardless of which form of contribution you make, we can help you with planned giving, and we’d be delighted to add you to our distinguished list of friends and supporters. We invite you take a look at some of the private individuals and corporate friends who have contributed to the Brain Research Foundation, and more importantly, who have helped change the lives of people with brain disorders.