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Our Fundraising Groups

16,000 people diagnosed with a brain tumour every year

Our amazing family and fighting force of passionate groups all joining the fight against brain tumours, fundraising for vital research to get us closer to a cure.

Brain Tumour Research relies on the support of so many inspirational people, many of whom have been affected either personally by a brain tumour or who have witnessed the pain and suffering of someone close to them. These wonderful people have set up their own fundraising groups under our umbrella in order to raise desperately needed funds for brain tumour research.

By joining the Brain Tumour Research family, all our Fundraising Groups enjoy the security and support of a nationally recognised charity with access to a range of materials and merchandise - including fundraising packs and T-shirts - as well as marketing, PR and fundraising support, and great campaign ideas.

If you want to help by setting up your own Umbrella Group, please do not hesitate to contact the team on 01908 867200 or by Email.

Maggie's Memory

Maggie Davis was living in the United States when she was diagnosed with a massive tumour in her brain, not long after her daughter, Clare, had discovered she was pregnant. Seven months later and two weeks after the birth of Clare’s son, Maggie passed away in the US having only seen her first grandchild, Jackson, over the internet.
 
Maggie was an amazing lady who now leaves a legacy of inspiration with her daughter Clare alongside three of her close friends, Emma Probyn, Helen Carbutt and Kate McNeill, who are all raising awareness and generating vital funds to support long-term and sustainable research into this devastating disease. In the first year since Maggie’s death, the four women generated enough money to sponsor three days of research at the Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence in the University of Portsmouth. In January 2014 they formed Maggie’s Memory and launched with a new target to sponsor five more days and place more tiles on the charity’s Wall of Hope.
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