If you took part in our amazing Summer of foodie fundraising, thank you so much. We hope you enjoyed grabbing some grub with your friends, family and colleagues, and had a memorable time. Follow the link at the bottom of this page to pay your money in.
Not done lunch yet?
Not a problem; you can host a get together with friends and family or colleagues and Do Lunch! at any time of the year.
Just think of that lunch you've always been meaning to do, set a date, and invite your guests. For your fundraising, you can set up a Facebook fundraiser or a JustGiving page. You could charge your guests a tenner each to come along. You could also have a collection bucket for donations on the day, and expand your event with a raffle, hold a quiz, etc. You can be as creative as you like!
Sign up today and we’ll send you a FREE fundraising pack to help you plan and promote your event to help make it a special occasion.
We look forward to learning what your plans are, hearing about your fundraising on social media and seeing the great photos from your event. Use the hashtag #DoLunch and tag @braintumourrsch in your tweets. Have a great time.
We really appreciate your support. Research into brain tumours is woefully underfunded and treatments lag seriously behind other cancers. Just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease.
Paying your money in
Follow the link below and choose the payment method that suits you best.
Where your money goes
Your fundraising will help us keep the research going at our dedicated UK Brain Tumour Research Centres whilst influencing the Government and larger charities to increase the national investment to £35 million a year and bring parity with other cancers, such as breast and leukaemia.
We are working to:
- Understand the origins of brain tumours in order to create personalised treatments for each patient
- Starve cancer cells of the energy they need to grow and expand
- Repurpose existing drugs in order to increase options for targeting brain tumours
- Identify mutations in low-grade brain tumours that dangerously accelerate tumour growth
Together we will find a cure.