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BIALA Sponsorship Opportunities

For sponsorship information, please complete and submit the form below. Someone will contact you about sponsorship opportunities. For additional information, send email to info@biala.org

Our sponsors make it possible for us to fulfill our mission as being the Statewide resource for those impacted by brain and/or spinal cord injury.

By supporting the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana and the United Spinal Association Louisiana Chapter you are helping those with brain injuries (BI) and spinal cord injuries (SCI)receive an abundance of resources, services, and support.

General Contact Information
LEGACY SPONSORSHIP (ONLY 3 AVAILABLE)
As a Legacy Sponsor your business provides overall support of our events and programs including PRESENTING SPONSOR at Annual Conference, PRESENTING SPONSOR of Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana, PLUS EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS.

The following benefits apply:
  • Annual Conference: *
  • All benefits of PLATINUM Level
  • PLUS EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS:
  • PRESENTING SPONSOR with logo on cover of promotional materials
  • Short company video played at conference
  • Acknowledged as Scholarship Sponsor with signage (provides assistance for individuals with BI/SCI to attend conference)
  • Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Competition: **
  • All benefits of CROWN Level
  • PLUS EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS:
  • Recognized on NATIONAL level as PRESENTING SPONSOR of Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana
  • Large logo on Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana photo backdrop to be used statewide
  • Video on Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana website and social media platforms
  • ADDITIONAL EXCLUSIVE BENEFITS:
  • Virtual Support Group Sponsor
  • Logo on support group flyers/social media
  • NATIONAL exposure through United Spinal Association & Brain Injury Association of America
  • Shared with case managers, rehab directors, support group leaders, caregivers and survivors
COMPANY VIDEO (60-90 second) ON WEBSITE, MONTHLY NEWSLETTER, AND MONTHLY ON SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS
ANNUAL CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIP
"Together Toward Tomorrow"

March 25-26, 2022
Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome, New Orleans, La

(will be offered virtual if needed)

Our Annual Conference offered to allied health professionals, individuals with TBI/SCI, and caregivers provides an exceptional forum for networking, building relationships, and connecting directly with consumers.

Annual Conference Benefits

* Legacy Sponsors receive all benefits of the Platinum Level Sponsorship.
MS. WHEELCHAIR LOUISANA INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIP
Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Competition
October 2021
Baton Rouge, LA
The mission of Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana (MWLA) is to provide an opportunity for women of achievement, who utilize wheelchairs, to successfully educate and advocate for individuals with disabilities. The winner represents Louisiana at the Ms. Wheelchair America competition.
* Legacy Sponsors receive all benefits of the CROWN Level Sponsorship.
For additional contact information, contact Kimberly Hill, kim@biala.org
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Working as an advocate with spinal cord injury individuals, I have found very useful information from BIALA. They are quick to respond to my inquiries, and we work well together to find the resources individuals and caregivers need. Life with spinal cord injuries can be challenging so it is wonderful to know I have an organization such as BIALA to work with to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Nick Kylo

SCI Advocate

Living with a spinal cord injury has been a challenge but the peer mentor program has definitely assisted me in adjusting to my new normal. Thank you for giving me hope.

Emerson Moss

Individual with SCI

In between my therapies, I wanted to keep moving forward so I reached out to find some ideas of ways to keep my brain working. They were so helpful and friendly and gave me many great ideas to try. We were even laughing together, and it made it feel like I was talking to a friend.

Bobby Bodin

Individual with TBI