Support Us

How you can help

Helping people suffering from headache disorders, disease and injury is a rewarding experience that brings you closer to people who have a tremendous amount of courage, strength and hope. Fundraising and donation efforts have begun to make a difference but more needs to be done!

Migraine and headache disorders affect millions of Australians and cost the economy billions of dollars.

Headache Australia funds groundbreaking projects via research grants, that help to advance diagnoses, treatment and patient outcomes. Receiving no government funding, the Headache Australia relies on the generosity of individuals, corporate donors and bequests.

With your support, we can make a real investment to help fight the devastation caused by migraine and headache disorders, and improve the quality of life for many people still suffering. Your support will make a difference – now and for generations to come.

Explore the different opportunities below to learn how you can make a difference today.

DONATION

Thank you for your support. Your donation helps to advance our mission and achieve breakthroughs, both in labs and in lives.

WORKPLACE GIVING

Big Trivia nights, Awareness weeks and Fairs. Grab some friends and attend an event to help raise much needed funds and awareness.

BEQUESTS

No matter how much you have, it can make a difference. Please consider making a bequest in your will to the Brain Foundation.

FUND RAISING

Your donation helps to advance our mission and achieve breakthroughs, both in labs and in lives. click here for more information.

IN MEMORIUM

Thank you for making a donation to the Brain Foundation in honour or in memory of your loved one. Please complete a memorial tribute form and mail/fax to us, or contact the office on 1300 886 660 for more information.

PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH

We are often asked to provide volunteers for research projects at universities throughout Australia.

Headache AustralianHeadache Australia is the only organization in Australia that aims to support the more than 5 million Australians affected by headache and migraine.
PLEASE HELP US BY DONATING TO OUR RESEARCH PROGRAM.