Rally Your Community for Brain Health

Raise funds for brain health – Unite your friends, family and community to fundraise for One Mind’s mission! Friends of One Mind can raise money in a number of ways, from participating in an athletic event, sharing their passion with their social media network, leveraging a wedding, to hosting an event. We welcome your efforts to help One Mind. If you would like to include One Mind in your fundraising plans, please contact us!

If you would live to fundraise for us via Facebook, you can do so immediately via our One Mind Facebook or Crowdrise fundraising pages.

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Bicycling for Brain Health

One Mind Communications Director, Garett Slettebak, bicycled 200+ miles on July 14th-15th, 2018 to raise funds for One Mind. This was his first time participating in the 10,000 person ‘Seattle to Portland’ bike ride and the first time he bicycled anywhere close to this distance. Having achieved his original goal of raising $4,000 earlier than he expected, Garett doubled his fundraising goal to $8,000. In total, $7,605 was raised for One Mind through this event. To learn more about his efforts, please visit his CrowdRise fundraising page.

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Running to Support Brain Health

In 2017, running buddies Alexander and Alvaro partnered to raise funds for the One Mind Institute (our organization prior to our consolidation with One Mind). They ran 26.2 miles in the Paris Marathon and raised over $8,000 for our non-profit. In 2018, Alexander followed it up to support One Mind again while running in the Madrid Marathon. Be it any distance you run or walk, you too could leverage a running event to raise funds for One Mind!

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Birthdays, Weddings or Other Special Events

Leverage your birthday, wedding or another special event to you to raise funds for brain health. In an era where more and more people are using their social media accounts to ask for donations to charity in place of gifts to themselves, this is a quick and easy way to support the accelerated brain research One Mind supports.