"One would be hard-pressed to find a family that has not been impacted by a neurological disorder—stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, migraine, epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, just to name a few. For high school student Charlotte Fullbright, it is her grandfather. With her grandfather, family and teammates in mind, Fullbright was inspired to start up an event that would raise awareness for neurological health."
"Raleigh high school student plans Battle of the Bands fundraiser to raise money, awareness of brain health" By Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
"Must Go-To Event" By Maia Stewart, Reporter
"Battle of the Bands held at Broughton High School in Raleigh", March 23, 2019
"Broughton sophomore Charlotte Fullbright organized the Maintain Your Brain Battle of the Bands fundraiser to support The Triangle Aphasia Project. Six area high school bands competed and raised over $20,000. "
"This event came together from the idea and the follow-through of a young person. We hope that Saturday is a big success, that many people in our community are helped as a result, and perhaps that some will be inspired to use our time and our talent to help others."
By Dr. Todd Harris
The 1st annual Maintain Your Brain Battle of the Bands was held March 23 on the front lawn of Broughton High School to increase awareness of brain health issues including stroke, dementia and concussion.