Biker Boi Raises Over $6,000 for BRF

BRF was thrilled last September when a young man reached out about a creative and impressive fundraiser for BRF. Thank you, Evan, for your incredible passion and drive. “My name is Evan Dungate (aka Biker Boi). Members of my family suffer from Alzheimer’s, autism, and addiction. So I decided to ride my bicycle across North America to make a difference. My goal was to raise awareness for the Brain Research Foundation which supports neuroscience research that leads to an advanced understanding of brain function in children and adults. This Foundation is committed to advance discoveries that will lead to novel treatments and prevention of all neurological diseases. My hope is that in supporting research, I can make a difference and provide a better future for my family as well as everyone else who has been affected by neurological diseases.”

Other Stories

The Vandermel Family’s Story
By supporting the BRF Julia, Justine, and Kelly are able to honor their father’s memory and also honor other family members and friends affected by neurological disorders, including Kelly’s mother.
Matt Rahn’s Story
True innovation doesn’t come from thinking linearly, innovation comes from very smart, passionate people thinking creatively. I tell my friends, ad nausea, that the BRF is going after innovative ideas.
The Anderson Family’s Story
The opportunity to shed light on more than one brain disorder played a large part in our choosing the BRF. Everybody knows somebody who can benefit from future discoveries.
Andrew Swigart
My Passion for the Foundation
I am grateful for the BRF for the opportunity to help support the advancement of research that will one day prevent other families from experiencing the trauma that affected mine.