Brain Injury Awareness Month
Event: March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month
Details: In 2006, Governor Jon Corzine signed into law legislation declaring March of each year Brain Injury Awareness Month, an initiative designed to increase awareness of brain injury through public education and prevention programs.
In keeping with this initiative, Mayor Sandy Haimoff will designate March as Brain Injury Awareness Month in the town of Millburn and presented a proclamation to the members of the Opportunity Project Clubhouse.
There will be an Opportunity Project display at the Millburn Free Public Library and at One Washington Park in Newark, New Jersey.
OP’S BLUEJEAN DAY FOR BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH
The annual Blue Jean Brain Injury Awareness Event is an area wide event throughout March and April to raise money for the Opportunity Project’s Clubhouse programs.
BlueJean Day is simple and fun –It’s than just being able to wear denim to the office. Those who purchase our “Brain Injury Awareness” wristband for $5 in support of Opportunity Project may wear denim to work on a day chosen by the hosting company.
In offices where specific dress codes are required, wearing the “A Brain Injury Awareness” wristband to show support is greatly appreciated. Participants are also automatically entered into a raffle drawing to win incredible prizes.