The Brain Charity’s annual report 2021 – 2022
Welcome to The Brain Charity’s annual report for April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
It has been a year of huge change and growth at The Brain Charity. Watch and read the stories below to find out more about how we supported people affected by neurological conditions over the last 12 months.
Foreword from Nanette Mellor, CEO at The Brain Charity, and Bill Chambers, Chair of The Brain Charity’s board of trustees
“The need out there is great – there are huge numbers of people coming to the charity for the first time.”Nanette Mellor
“The biggest impacts on The Brain Charity’s clients this year have been the continuing impact of COVID, and the cost of living crisis.”Bill Chambers
Rupak’s Multiple Sclerosis story
“I was left homeless after my diagnosis – The Brain Charity’s support to help me find a home was irreplaceable.”Rupak
Our year in numbers
The last financial year has been a year of great growth for The Brain Charity, which has seen us support thousands of people from all over the UK.
Dominick’s brain haemorrhage story
“I thought I was too young to have a stroke at 24 – The Brain Charity motivated me to keep going, and helped me regain my voice.”Dominick
Pamela’s aphasia story
“I couldn’t speak at all following a stroke – thanks to The Brain Charity, I have the confidence to meet new people.”Pamela
We are pleased to report it has been The Brain Charity’s most successful year financially to date, with our income exceeding £1 million for the first time.
For completeness, income also includes net gains on investments of £22,649.
John’s volunteering story
“That person has come through the doors of The Brain Charity, and my volunteering has given them the help they might not get anywhere else.”John