Show your support for people with acquired brain injury. The money you raise will help us to continue the work we do at Headway Tyneside.

Fundraising activities and sponsored challenges

Fundraising for Headway Tyneside is a rewarding way to get involved and support our vital work.

However you choose to raise funds – from completing the Great North Run to hosting a bake sale – you will be helping our charity to support brain injury survivors and their families in our local area.

If you are planning an event to raise funds for Headway Tyneside, please tell us about it so we can offer our support.

Using JustGiving is one of the easiest and most efficient ways to collect your funds. Set up your fundraising page today, and don’t forget to tag us in any social media posts!

Regular giving

A regular donation to Headway Tyneside helps us to plan long-term and ensures that we can continue to deliver vital services for brain injury survivors in the months and years to come.

Make a donation by bank transfer

Sort code:, 20-59-43
Account no: 93097587

Please email us with your name, personal details, reason and amount you are donating to, so that we know where to record your donation and acknowledge your kind gift.

On your Bank Transfer, please enter your name and campaign/event as a reference on your payment.

Corporate support

Entering into a corporate partnership with Headway Tyneside is a great way of demonstrating your company’s values to customers and employees.

There are many ways your company can make a valuable difference to the work we do. We are thankful for the continued support we’ve had from many companies through staff fundraising, gifts in kind, payroll giving, sponsorship, offering expertise, matched giving, volunteering, and charity of the year sponsorship.

Please contact us and our team will be delighted to discuss partnership opportunities.

What our corporate supporters say

“We believe in building strong links within the communities in which we work and are proud to be supporting Headway Tyneside… Brain injury need not be a barrier to leading and enjoying an active life.”

Irwin Mitchell

“Sintons is delighted to lend our support to Headway Tyneside’s walking football initiative, enabling sessions to be delivered free of charge to anyone who will benefit from them. After brain injury, life for many people can look very different – social opportunities and levels of activity are often reduced, so this project is hugely important in survivors being able to rebuild their lives.”

Andrew McGowan, Head of Neurotrauma, Sintons