The Hope Tree Christmas Appeal
Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer
Give the gift of hope this Christmas
It’s seven-year-old Phoebe’s first Christmas without her Mum, who died of a brain tumour earlier this year. Her biggest hope is to raise as much money as possible so that scientists can find a cure. Please help her by donating.
Our Hope Tree Christmas Appeal invites everyone to make a donation at this special time of year in support of all of those affected by a brain tumour. Each year, our special Hope Trees take pride of place in the heart of our Research Centres of Excellence during the festive period.
For every donation received to our appeal, you can have your own special message written on a ‘bauble of hope’ and hung on the Hope Tree at the Centre of your choice.
Adorned with your powerful and heartfelt messages, our Hope Trees become inspirational symbols of hope; seen by researchers, teams and general public alike, they serve as a poignant reminder of why the work we fund is so vital.
How to donate to the appeal and send your message of hope
Choose which Centre you’d like your bauble to be displayed at by clicking one of the options below. Choose your donation amount and complete the text box with your short message of hope that you’d like us to write on your bauble.
If you wish to make multiple donations and hang multiple baubles at the same or more than one Centre, just repeat the process described above.
If you would like to handwrite your own message on a bauble, please contact us and we will organise to send a bauble to you.
Please note: all donations and messages received after December 15th will be hung on the Hope Tree at Brain Tumour Research HQ in Milton Keynes.
We are always humbled and touched by the messages of love, determination, hope and inspiration we receive at this time of year and are proud to display them as a symbol of strength and resilience against this devastating disease.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.