CoBI Grants

CoBI is committed to increasing the awareness of brain injury, improving the lives of those affected by brain injury, and preventing brain injury. Each year, CoBI awards grant dollars to innovative programs related to brain injury.

 2022 Grant Award Winners!

Education and Prevention Grantees

Allegheny Health Network

Network—Brightway Health Research Project to further develop an app
to help individuals and families after TBI

Brain Injury Association of PA

PA—Scholarships for survivors and families for the annual conference and support for a survivor retreat

Camp Cranium

“Camp-in-a-Box”, virtual camp for children with brain injury

Fighting Back

Fitness Scholarships, including virtual training, for Veterans

Harcum College

Support for the expansion of its preceptor program to brain injury settings 

Hope After Head Injury

A new microphone for podcasts!

Hope Springs Equestrian

Equestrian opportunities for individuals with brain injuries

Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation

Supporting the art therapy program

Mind your Brain Foundation

Support for Wellness Wednesdays

Nancy's House

A phone-in support group targeting families/caregivers of individuals with brain injuries  

Patrick Risha CTE Awareness Foundation

A phone-in support group targeting families/caregivers of individuals with brain injuries  

University of Pittsburgh, “Pitt Synapse Program”

Buddy Program run by U Pitt students

Project Green Heart

Creating care baskets and information for families with adolescents in the hospital with brain injuries. Created by a family who has been there...

ReDiscover U

Virtual classes on all kinds of topics—from yoga to art to rock climbing, 

RESTART Your Life/RENEW Your Mind

Survivor Nights Out, tech upgrade, and more  

Salus University

Assessment equipment for the speech language pathology free clinic and treatment group

Slippery Rock University

Equestrian/aquatics program for individuals with brain injuries, run by SRU’s Therapeutic Recreation students and faculty

The Jazz Sanctuary, INC

.Performances and events for individuals with brain injuries, including jazz, bucket drumming, and Tai Chi    

Research Grantees

Quality of Life/Advocacy

Support Group Donations


Moss Rehab

We are honored to support these worthy organizations as they continue to be critical to preventing, understanding, and ultimately improving the lives of those affected by brain injury.


For more information on our programs: or call 484-595-9300 x 145