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Success! The 2015 Luncheon & Silent Auction

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The 2015 Luncheon & Silent Auction was a huge success for BIND!  More than $40,000 was raised for the BIND program and allowed the organization to move forward with plans for expansion in 2016.  We welcomed Dr. Lori Cook from the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas in Dallas, who provided the keynote speech “Brain Hope for Brain Injury: Resilience and Regeneration.”  The Goodman Award was presented to BIND Board Members Dean and Karen Stone in recognition of their tireless support to our mission and vision.  With gratitude, we thank our sponsors, guests, Board Members, and members of the BIND Auction Crew for making the 2015 event a success.

Save the Date: The 2016 BIND Silent Auction is scheduled for October 15th, 2016, at the Marriott at the Shops @ Legacy in Plano.

 

 

BIND 2nd Annual Luncheon & Silent Auction 2014

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The Brain Injury Network of Dallas set a goal for expansion over the past year. Accomplishments have included one crucial addition to our organization, Development Director, Mary Martha Stinnett, legitimizing and promoting continued progress, and also the ability to rent space for the beginning stages of the clubhouse model. People returning from last year’s event spoke of the increased number of valuable auction items, while new faces entered the event with curiosity and excitement from the hype that last year’s luncheon created.

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BIND 1st Annual Luncheon & Silent Auction 2013

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Just over a year ago, during a regularly scheduled monthly meeting, the idea of an annual fundraiser was presented. Hopeful and enthusiastic BIND volunteers quickly assembled event committees catapulting the idea into action. Over the next several months the what, where, who, when and hows were answered. However, with verbal confirmations, signed contracts, increased website traffic and mailed invitations, the impending question still loomed, will anyone actually attend.

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