Fantastic! Thank you for helping Soldiers and civilians with Traumatic Brain Injury achieve their fullest potential! We greatly appreciate your donations, and they are tax deductible, according to the laws where you live. You have multiple options on how to give:

Donate Money

Donate via PayPal:


If you prefer to mail your donation, please mail to:

Diocese of Colorado Springs
Chief of Staff
c/o Mind Your Head (this must be on checks note for them to be designated properly)
228 N. Cascade Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Mind Your Head Brain Injury Cooperative is a non-profit ministry of the Diocese of Colorado Springs, headed by Deacon Patrick Jones.

Donate Used (or New) iPads and iPhones (Other tablets and smart phones too):

When you upgrade your technology, a soldier or civilian with TBI sees your used iPad or iPhone as a wheel chair for their brain. Intuitive and easy to use, you can hand it to someone who has forgotten how to use a computer and they intuitively play and learn, creating new connections and promoting healing by helping them enter life as fully as possible.

We’re happy to clear your iPad or iPhone for you, or you can help us out by doing it yourself. Direction on how to clear your iPad/iPhone are here.

Send your iPad or iPhone to:

Diocese of Colorado Springs
Chief of Staff
c/o Mind Your Head (this must be on checks note for them to be designated properly)
228 N. Cascade Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Are There Other Ways I can Help?

You Bet! We have a variety of needs and are always open to ideas. Here’s our WISH LIST:

  • PR Volunteer to help with spreading the word via social media and traditional media so people know what we do and how they can help soldiers and civilians with TBI.
  • Write a donation request letter for participants to send to family and friends.
Please email Deacon Patrick if you would like to help in these or other ways. Thank you!

4 Responses to “Donate”

  • Deacon Patrick,

    Blessings and salutations during this wonderful Christmas season.
    I was turned on to your website by Beckie Phelps (future deacon Chris Phelps wife). I would love to get to meet you and talk about your ministry. I have an intimate knowledge of head injury as I had a close family member suffer a sever injury. Despite the doctors most grim expectations, she defied all the odds and her recovery amazing. This showed me brain is such an amazing thing and its gift for change and recovery virtually untapped by most people – injured or not. There is so much hope out there for the “brain bludgeoned” and few who understand the unseen wounds. It is what spurred me into the field I am in trying to help wounded soldiers with TBI. I am hoping that there is a collaborative effort between your ministry and our organisation.
    I look forward to talking with you very soon.

    God Bless,
    Grove Higgins

    • Deacon Patrick:

      Wonderful, Grove! What a wondrous miracle God’s healing, often through our cooperation, is! I am delighted to hear your loved one is recovering so well.

      I am definitely looking for a way to better serve our wounded warriors and look forward to talking with you about the possibilities.

  • I am Jeff Donovan. I had a Stroke on September 6th. I’m doing great and want to help others when I’m don. Is there a place that I can meet you? Or should just wait to see if you can email me?

    Thank you so much!

    Jeff Donovan

    • Deacon Patrick:

      Fantastic, Jeff! I am delighted you are recovering so well from your stroke. It sounds like it was a year ago? I will email (and remove your email from your comment, so you won’t get hit by spammers. They’re out there.).

      May God startle you with joy!

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