Pipella Law has once again given their support to a worthy local non-profit.
The McKinley Masters ARBI Charity Classic raises funds every year for the Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI). The event has been quite successful in recent years having yielded in excess of $525,000 since 2011. The tournament originated four years ago to raise funds for ARBI and the event is still going strong.
The 2015 annual event is being held at the prestigious and private Priddis Greens Golf and Country Club.
ARBI is focused on rehabilitating individuals who have moderate and severe acquired brain injury. “Over the past 35 years, this non-profit organization has become as essential part of the community and supports an average of 53 clients a year.
Brain injury can happen to anyone at anytime at any age. Research shows that the brain can rewire itself to regain lost skills and the ARBI clients have proven that over many years.
You can learn more of the excellent work this non-profit has accomplished at www.arbi.ca.
If you have suffered a personal injury, contact the personal injury lawyers at Pipella Law today to learn how they can help you recover from this traumatic experience.