Headway Thames Valley, which supports local families affected by brain injury, is grateful to the staff and pupils at St. Mary’s School, Henley for taking part in ‘Hats for Headway Day’ on Friday (18 May) and helping to raise much-needed funds. The Friends of St. Mary’s have been busy raising money for Headway Thames Valley over the last six months and have already raised over £1,500 through a number of events and activities.
Part of Action for Brain Injury Week (14 to 20 May) Hats for Headway Day is a really fun day and a good excuse to wear silly hats or get creative. But there’s a serious side, too, brain injury can have a long term impact and doesn’t just affect the individual, but also their family, friends, colleagues and many more relationships besides.
Fundraising Manager at Headway Thames Valley, Zoe Lane said “All funds raised will be supporting our work to improve the lives of local people affected by brain injury, helping them to rebuild their lives and regain their independence.”
Earlier in the week, clients who do Music Therapy with Headway took part in the Headway Thames Valley Spring Concert and had also designed hats to wear for the occasion.
For more information simply contact Headway Thames Valley on 01491 411469; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org