Thanks for fundraising to support vital research into brain tumours. 

Brain tumour research is woefully under-funded, receiving just 1% of the national spend on cancer research. It is thanks to our ever-growing nationwide support that we have already been able to establish and expand the UKs first-ever dedicated Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence. Our scientists here are the largest dedicated team of laboratory-based researchers in the UK, pioneering groundbreaking science that is significantly broadening our understanding this devastating disease and moving us closer to a cure. Your support is fantastic - we never cease to be amazed at the imagination and achievements of our supporters young and old - and continues to be appreciated by all of us here and those selfless teams working on behalf of brain tumour patients, and those who are yet to hear the terrible diagnosis. You are our #FightingForce. Explore our range of fundraising campaigns and ideas here to see how you can make a difference today.

Gifts of Hope Catalogue for Brain Tumour ResearchHave you seen our Gifts of Hope catalogue? It's full of merchanidse that you can buy and/or sell on behalf of Brain Tumour Research. Click here to download a PDF of the catalogue or email us to order some copies to distribute to your family, freinds and colleagues. 

No matter what your fundraising plans are, always set up a JustGiving Page so everyone can easily donate to support your efforts. It's really quick and all our details are there - just select Brain Tumour Research as your chosen charity. The more you can 'tell your story' about why you are fundraising, the more people will be able to relate to you and your fundraising activities. And don't forget to broadcast your plans and link to your JustGiving page across social media! 

You can contact us anytime if you have any questions: via email, phone 01296 733011 or Facebook.


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