Frequently Asked Questions:

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What will Brain Foundation do with the donations they receive? Our two aims are to: educate the community about brain and spinal disorders and injuries, and develop avenues for brain health raise funds for research What is Headache Australia? Headache Australia is a division of the Brain Foundation that aims to have Headache recognised as… Read more »

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What will Brain Foundation do with the donations they receive? Our two aims are to: educate the community about brain and spinal disorders and injuries, and develop avenues for brain health raise funds for research – read more about our funding process What is Headache Australia? Headache Australia is a division of the Brain Foundation… Read more »

2013 Summer Newsletter Email Content

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This email has been sent to you by the Brain Foundation click here to view online | visit our website | unsubscribe   Headache Awareness Week – September 16-22 This year, Headache Australia, a division of the Brain Foundation, took to the streets of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, to raise awareness of this debilitating condition… Read more »

2011 Grants Final Reports

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Here are the final reports provided by 2011 Grant Recipients. Dr Lynley Bradnam, Flinders University, “Non-invasive stimulation of cerebellum in focal dystonia.”

Workplace Giving

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Workplace Giving                  Workplace Giving allows you to help fund crucial research into brain disease, disorders and injury by making a regular, tax-deductible donation to the Brain Foundation through your employer’s payroll system. Why participate in Workplace Giving? It is an easy way to donate – You don’t need… Read more »