May 31, 2016
Dear BIAV Friends & Supporters,
As you read this letter, I hope you will reflect on the tremendous difference your support has made in providing help, hope and healing in the lives of persons with brain injury.
FY15 saw program growth with new educational offerings, new programs, and new public awareness events. BIAV impacted 18,500 Lives in FY2015; we served nearly 1,200 through our education programs (e.g. annual conference and webinars), nearly 1,300 in our outreach and support programs (e.g. support groups, recreational respite program), 12,000 through our public awareness activities (e.g. public service campaign, special events), and 4,000 through our advocacy work. One of our most success came through out advocacy work, which was instrumental in increasing state appropriations for community based brain injury services by more than $1 million.
We appreciate all that you have done so far; your time, talents and treasure are precious and valued resources. We are honored to be the stewards of your support, and will continue to work diligently to ensure that persons with brain injury will benefit from it.
Thank you for all you do.
I am honored to provide my perspective on the Brain Injury
Association of Virginia’s 33rd year of providing critical support services to
persons with brain injury and their caregivers in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Early last year,
the Board of Directors underwent a thorough self-assessment process, in an
effort to identify improvements that would make the Board and the organization
stronger. We identified and implemented growth opportunities, and have
begun to modify our strategic plan. We also outsourced and re-organized our
finance and accounting operations to enhance our expertise and transparency and
reduce our expenses.
always remains a primary focus for the Board. We introduced a new
fundraising event in 2015 and enjoyed good success for a first time event, and
plan to build on that event by making it bigger and having more fun-filled
activities for all ages while providing education and awareness about the
Thank you for
your generous support, in the past, present and future; with you,
we are providing help, hope and healing, and making things better for others.
Kimberly C. Moore
President of the Board
Brain Injury Association of Virginia
Anne has over 25 years of experience in brain injury rehabilitation and
advocacy across a continuum of hospital and community based settings, and has
worked as a consultant for state agencies and private service providers.
She holds a clinical faculty position in the School of Occupational Therapy
at VCU, serves on the Virginia Brain Injury Council and is Chair of the VCU
Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Grant Advisory Board. She has also served
as a member of the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of
In 2011, she was named by Virginia Lawyers Media’s as one of the
“Influential Women of Virginia”, and was honored with the
State Association Leadership Award by the Brain Injury Association of America.
In 2014, she was chosen to serve with 50
of the nation’s top brain injury researchers and clinicians on the Icahn School
of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s project to develop Guidelines for the Rehabilitation and Disease Management of Adults with
Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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