Walks of Hope
Help us fund the fight. Together we will find a cure.
Join us this September for our ever-popular annual Walks of Hope
Our Walks of Hope are back, but this time they're virtual because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Brain Tumour Research family is always together, even when we are apart as we march towards finding a cure for brain tumours.
The financial impact of the last few months and the jeopardy our vital research now faces mean we need your help more than ever.
This year our virtual Walks of Hope will take place on Saturday 26th September.
Wherever you are and however this devastating disease has touched your life, we would like you to take part.
Choose your own leisurely route, go it alone or with your family and friends whilst following Government guidelines. Why not make a day of it, start off with a bacon sandwich and finish off with lunch at a pub if you feel safe?
Register to Take Part
Register to take part and you’ll be introduced to the Community Development Manager in your region who will share further information about the day and tips on keeping safe and making the most of your fundraising to smash your target.
Setting up your Walks of Hope fundraising page entitles you to a free Brain Tumour Research t-shirt, and if you raise over £100 you'll receive a FREE Brain Tumour Research medal to mark your achievement!
Set up your JustGiving page before 14th September to guarantee your free t-shirt!
Despite the new law announced during the week beginning 7th August 2020, banning groups of more than six people from meeting up, the good news is that as this year’s walks are taking place virtually you can still go ahead even if you were planning
on walking in a large group.
To abide by the new laws you could break your group down into teams of six and stagger your start times, or even set off from different locations. Please check the Government website for more details. If you need any help or advice please get in touch.
Please also note these rules may be different in Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales. Please check the various devolved Government websites for up-to-date guidance.