BlueJean Day 2012
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and once again Opportunity Project is holding its annual BlueJean Day. BlueJean Day focuses on brain injury community awareness and education, while raising funds for Opportunity Project’s programs.
BlueJean Day 2012 is focused on concussion awareness and prevention!
- Over 1.7 million people in the U.S. sustain a TBI each year
- Every 21 Seconds, someone in the U.S. sustains a brain injury
- About 75% of TBI’s that occur each year are concussions or other mild forms of TBI
Please join us as a SPONSOR in 2012 and help us educate the community about concussion!
BlueJean Day is simple and fun. Companies designate a day when employees can wear jeans to work. This is a great team building opportunity for your organization. Employees who donate $5 will receive a brain injury awareness bracelet and raffle tickets to win great prizes. If your dress code does not permit jeans, designate a theme day where everyone can wear a specific color or type of clothing (i.e. Hawaiian shirts).
The funds raised from BlueJean Day support the Opportunity Project Clubhouse. Our mission is to empower persons with brain injuries to achieve self esteem, self determination, personal growth, independence and the attainment of their full potential
SIGN UP TODAY! When you register as a Sponsor or Company Participant, we will send everything to make your event a success, including flyers, donation envelopes, wristbands, raffle tickets and car magnets. To sign up, click here for a registration form. For more information, please call Amy Sigona, Development Director at 973-921-1000 x 105 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your participation. Your support will make a difference in the lives Opportunity Projects Members and their families.