Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Help us make a difference
Brain Tumour Awareness Month was launched in 2004 by a group of charities which went on to becoming founding members of Brain Tumour Research.
This March, we are leading the way with a programme of activities to demand increased national investment to ensure a cure is found for this devastating disease.
From fundraising to campaigning, raising awareness to taking a quiet moment to reflect, there are lots of ways that you can support Brain Tumour Research during Brain Tumour Awareness Month.
Below are some ideas for how you can make a difference. Please get involved and do at least one of these to help us get closer to a cure for this devastating disease.
Use Facebook to fundraise
Set up a Facebook Fundraiser here – it’s quick and easy to do! You can also follow our guide to add a Facebook frame to your profile to help raise awareness.
Brain Tumour Awareness Month through the years
Brain Tumour Awareness Month was launched in 2004 to raise vital awareness of the lack of funding and to influence UK Governments and larger cancer charities to invest more nationally in order to sustain the vital research that is so desperately needed. Here are some of the key milestones we have reached over the years: