Where Your Donation Goes
HobbleJog Foundation supports those recovering from neurological trauma. We provide funding to qualified organizations that provide post-acute services, including assistive technology, counseling resources, and other needed services.
Donations help TBI survivors take advantage of post-acute care services including but not limited to:
- Technology services to assist in the regaining of memory, focus, and goal-setting functions.
- Neuropsychological evaluation.
- Adjustment counseling services.
- Assistance locating medical care, housing, transportation, rehabilitation, and cognitive/behavior training.
- Pre-vocational training.
- Transitional home ad community support.
- Recreational activities, specifically for survivors of brain injury, family members, professionals, and the community.
All these services are provided to help traumatic brain injury survivors regain their independence and productivity allowing many to return to school or the workforce.
Past Grant Recipients
1. LifeBridge Health Brain Injury Services, Baltimore MD. This grant helped LifeBridge provide intensive post-acute care services including providing technology services to assist in the regaining of memory, focus and goal setting functions. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L9crpO0MZ0&t=21s
2. Brain Injury Association of North Carolina. This grant allowed BIANC to provide a week-long camp for TBI survivors.
3. College Technology Support Grant for 17-year old accepted to college.
4. Love Your Brain grant helped to bring this program to Maryland. LoveYourBrain provides Yoga, Retreat, and Mindset programs to build community and foster resilience for people affected by TBI. This grant allows TBI survivors to participate for free.
5. Brain Injury Association of Maryland supports survivors of brain injury through advocacy, education, and research. The BIAMD grant helps the organization reach individuals and families impacted by traumatic brain injury.
6. Brain Education Strategies & Technology (BEST) is a non-profit organization with a national focus on helping traumatic brain injury survivors regain their independence and productivity. The BEST grant helped fund a pilot iOS app training program to help 10 young adults with brain injuries return to school or the workforce.
7. Good Shepherd Services was the recipient of its initial fundraising efforts for 2016 and 2017. Good Shepherd is a private non-profit residential treatment facility in Halethorpe, Baltimore County, for youth ages 13 to 21, who are experiencing a range of emotional and behavioral challenges of a psychiatric nature.