Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada

Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada – Race To End CTE – 2023

The Rolling Barrage supports the Concussion Legacy Foundation of Canada in their efforts to bring scientific understanding to (TBI) , (CTE) and other traumas than can affect the brain.

The Race to End CTE is an annual fundraiser. You can participate by running, biking, walking, and even riding your motorcycle. Participate as a group by becoming a Team Captain if you wish and bring out your team. You can also do this fundraiser on your own. The choice is really yours.

Everyone has to Register, but it is for a significant cause and great research. Last year in 2022 they raised over $200,000.00; this year’s goal is $400,000.00

They conduct the Fundraiser between May 27th (Sat) and May 28th (Sun) 2023.

The Founder of The Rolling Barrage, Scott Casey, is committing to doing the Race to End CTE while in the United States during The Run For The Wall.

What better way to support the Concussion Legacy Foundation of Canada by showing your support, taking your motorcycle out for a ride and supporting a great cause.

Download the Race to End CTE Canada Toolkit – 2023.

It has all the information you need and in the PDF document, the links will take you to the Registration process and there is also a Co-ordinator you can reach out to via email if you need help.

Good luck with your run, walk or ride. You can also download the Race to End CTE Canada Toolkit – 2023 by clicking on the Fundraising Toolkit thumbnail as well.

Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada – Project Enlist

Project Enlist Canada

The goal of Project Enlist is to serve as a catalyst for critical research on traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in military veterans. TBI due to improvised explosive devices (IED) and other military service-related causes is a significant problem for our active military and veteran community.

However, the scientific understanding of TBI and related disorders is in its infancy, and we lack accurate diagnostic tests for living patients and effective treatments. Service members diagnosed with TBI deserve our attention and support.

Brain bank research is an essential step in developing effective treatments for TBI, CTE and PTSD so we can protect and support the heroes who courageously fight for our nation.

Operation Brain Health

If you are a Canadian Military Service Member, Veteran or a Civilian you are in control of your brain health.

If you are suffering from the effects of brain trauma, traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), know that you are not alone.

Through courageous volunteers and with the assistance of CAMH Medical Researcher’s, we can assist you on your road to recovery.