Wear a hat for Headway...

$145 donated
Given by 6 generous donors in 7 weeks

Helping those living with a brain injury live a better life.

Auckland

Helping those living with a brain injury live a better life.

As a symbol, the hat could be considered the crowning glory but also in many practical ways, a protective adornment. Whatever way you look at it, Hats and Heads go together like hands and gloves. What better way to celebrate our brains and the magic of our cognitive lives.

Participation is simple.

Just anybody and everybody wearing a hat of some sort - be it daft, creative, flamboyant, minimalist, extraordinary or just a knotted handkerchief like you are on the sand near the sea.

Put up our poster, make your hat, encourage your friends, family, workmates, office colleagues, fellow students, pupils, teammates to join you, its a mufti Friday, its Hats for Headway Day.

Please make a gold coin donation.

About us

We provide support, navigation and education to Aucklanders affected by brain injury.

Use of funds

Headway, Brain Injury Association Auckland, provides ongoing support for people with brain injury and their families. This includes running support groups, creative activities, providing advocacy, information and education.

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Latest donations

Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 21 Jun 2019
$20
WritersInc
WritersInc on 24 May 2019
Keep up the great work
$50
Nic Beets
Nic Beets on 10 May 2019
$50
Marina
Marina on 09 May 2019
Keep up hard work
Private
Jo
Jo on 08 May 2019
$10

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This campaign started on 7 May 2019 and ended on 30 Jun 2019.