The real-life superheroes of the BEST Community answer that question with action, each and every day. Whether it is providing peer support, mentoring, sharing, caring, inspiring and giving each other a hand up, BESTies, volunteers, team members, community partners, and generous donors make a difference.
BEST Artist and volunteer, Justin Thompson, contributed a special piece of art to the BEST community art installation, Superhero, at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM).
His untitled work of acrylics on canvas shown below, was intended to to symbolize and honor brain injury survivors who are veterans, along with their families.
Thank you, Justin, for sharing your art with BEST and the community.
We would like to extend our thoughts, BEST wishes and thanks to all veterans and their families, today and every day.
If a thankful heart is a happy heart, then our hearts are the happiest EVER!
We give happy thanks to our beloved BESTies and their families, volunteers, community partners, our generous donors, and online and BEST Space communities. You make the difference, you are the difference.
Why are we so excited and giving out cyber spring bouquets galore?
We want to warmly welcome our newest social media and e-newsletter subscribers to the Brain Energy Support Team (BEST).
Thank you so much for joining our BEST family online. We look forward to sharing information, inspiration, celebration and empowerment with you!
Whether you are new to BEST or an old friend, you are warmly invited to share our website address and information, social media, and our website blog links.
The more, the merrier (and the BEST)! 🤗💚