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Our Retired Fundraising Groups

Our retired Fundraising Groups

Our Fundraising Groups are set up by families who have lost loved ones to brain tumours or have a loved one with a brain tumour diagnosis. Sometimes there comes a time when a family may wish to continue their work of raising awareness and funds, but in a less formal way.

We are grateful to all our Fundraising Groups, past and present, for the invaluable work they do within their communities to promote the brain tumour cause and make a difference in our mission to find a cure for all types of brain tumours.

The following are Fundraising Groups who have retired from active duty, but remain very much a part of our brain tumour community:

What Would Ashley Do?

Having battled and overcome melanoma and breast cancer, Ashley Gemmell was diagnosed with a brain tumour in May 2018 and devastatingly passed away three months later, aged just 47. Ashley’s family, friends and colleagues were determined to act in her memory and decided to help fund our vital research. Ashley’s sister, Tracey Gemmell, and friend, Karen Taylor, formed the Group, What Would Ashley Do? From this recent start, they have already raised over £1,500 with generous support from their Glasgow community and beyond. You can follow and support them on Facebook.