Walk for Thought

Thank you for joining us for this year’s Walk for Thought! we had great weather in both the Twin Cities and Dukuth, and we were thrilled with the turnout , and how excellent iy was to see everyone in person again. totals are still being tallied at this time, and we will post them them this week.

It’s not too late to donate! Do it today! Get your contribution in and help support us in our larges fundraiser of the year!

More than 4,000 Minnesotans are hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury each year. Major causes of brain injury include motor vehicle collisions, falls, assaults and shaken baby syndrome, as well as acquired brain injuries due to, strokes, near-drowning, heart failure, and aneurysms. Brain injuries have lasting, life-changing consequences and often require ongoing rehabilitation.

The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is here to help people navigate life after brain injury. For those who live and work with disabilities resulting from brain injury, the Alliance acts as a critical resource center. Whether connecting them with medical services, support groups, offering education about brain injury or providing training to the professionals who support them, the Alliance provides an array of support services.

Join us on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at 10 a.m. in both Duluth and the Twin Cities for our Walk for Thought!
Duluth: Miller Hill Mall
Twin Cities/New Brighton: Long Lake Regional Park

Registration is open now, so sign up and donate today!

Originally started by a handful of motivated volunteers, the Walk for Thought has grown tremendously over the last few years. Since our first Walk for Thought in 2002, more than 23,500 Walkers have registered for the Walk for Thought and over $1,500,000 in donations and sponsorships have been raised.

Why Walk for Thought?
Brain injury can happen to anyone, anywhere anytime. The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is here to provide help, hope and a voice to the 100,000 Minnesotans living with a disability due to brain injury and their loved ones. Funds raised at the Walk for Thought help ensure that Minnesotan’s affected by brain injury can connect to critical support services.