Volunteering and board
Volunteering at NBIS is not only a fun way to meet people and get involved in your community, but also an opportunity to learn new skills and gain a better understanding of issues affecting people with brain injury.
We are always interested to hear from people wishing to share their interests, talents, skills and abilities with us. Present and previous volunteers enrich our society in many ways, for example by assisting in support groups, making art, raising funds, using the computers and organizing events to name but a few.
For those with an interest in governance and community development,
sitting on our Board of Directors can be a very rewarding
experience. Again, our current board is comprised of volunteers from
many walks of life, from brain injury survivors, to community
members, to retired teachers, to finance professionals. For an
informal conversation about any of these ways of volunteering, call