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The Bright Club

The Bright Club 

The Bright Club plays a vital role in the delivery of our mission and we are highly honoured to have valuable long-term relationships with outstanding individuals who are its members.

Our Bright Club members and their organisations embrace the importance of our work; they are intelligent, influential and play a significant role in helping us to raise the profile of and funding for this devastating disease.

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Becoming a Bright Club member

If you’d like to become a member, you will be asked to make a commitment of at least £5,000 for a minimum of three years. This commitment will enable the charity to plan our campaigning and research programmes.

Contributions can be made personally or through your company or trusts.

As a member of our Bright Club, you will be joining a group of like-minded generous individuals who are making a valuable contribution to our cause and are passionate about finding a cure.

If you like to find out more about the work members of the Bright Club fund, click below

Find out about our work


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Your membership benefits

In return, for your generous support and dedication to our cause, we will demonstrate our appreciation through:

  • An invitation to our exclusive annual members dinner at prestigious London venues alongside our researchers and celebrities
  • Priority invitations to attend our parliamentary events
  • Private VIP tours of our Research Centres of Excellence
  • Networking opportunities with fellow members
  • Your name and patronage recognised on our website and Walls of Hope (with your permission)
  • Providing an annual report which shows how your support has benefited our work
  • Personalised Brain Tumour Research business cards
  • Glass keepsakes recognising your membership and contribution
  • Opportunities for private meetings with our Chief Executive

With your support we can transform brain tumour research in the UK.

Together we will find a cure.

For more information please contact Russell Marriott, Director of Income Generation and Development, on


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Kevin O'Neill at our Centre of Excellence at Imperial College London

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