Community Fundraising Events

Community Fundraisers Provide Critical Resources to BIAC

The Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut relies on community donations to enable us to provide support and resources to brain injury survivors and community education and training on brain injury throughout the state.  Community Fundraisers make our programs possible!

Upcoming Fundraisers

The UpCycle Helmet Art Show 3 
Sunday June 23rd from 12 PM – 5 PM
Lucky Soul Tattoo, 214 Amity Rd, Ste A, Woodbridge, CT

A group art show featuring over 30 artists creating art from vintage motorcycle helmets. Wolfski's pierogi & Polish food truck will be there with food, and the event will feature live music, bike show, and raffles!  Proceeds to benefit The Brain Injury Alliance of CT.

Pete Palmer Memorial 5K
Saturday, August 3rd, 9:00 AM start
Coventry High School 
with parking at St. Mary’s Church, 1600 Main Street Coventry, CT
A Team M.A.D. Charities 5k run in memory of Pete Palmer, who tragically passed away last year from a traumatic brain injury sustained in a fall. 100% of the profits from the race will go to the Brain Injury Alliance.  Please join us in remembering Pete and making a difference for BIAC!!
Cost: $30
Race Distance:  3.1 Miles / 2 hour time limit
Walkers welcome.  No Pets Please
Strollers ok but please stay to the right


Coordinate an event at your work, with your friends, or in the community.  Past fundraisers have included:

  • Pajama Day at Work - make a donation to BIAC and wear pajamas to work
  • ​Host a dinner or wine tasting with friends at your home
  • Partner with a restaurant to host an event
  • Have a tag sale and donate the proceeds to BIAC
  • Arrange with a retailer to wrap packages during the holiday season

Contact April Michaud, BIAC's Office and Events Manager, for more ideas or to find out how you can join our cause.  She can be reached at, or at 860-219-0291, ext. 310.

Thank you Trinity College's Neuroscience Students for hosting the Annual Glow Run, Walk & Roll 5K Event on April 29th, 2017 with some of the proceeds benefitting BIAC. Participants came out for a fun night on Trinity's beautiful college campus.