National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
New Year, new ways to fundraise
The new year brings a chance to refocus and decide what you would like from the next 12 months. Whether it’s a change in habit, a new hobby or deciding to get more involved in a charity close to your heart, make 2020 your best year yet!
Go alcohol-free for Brain Tumour Research
This January, you could help our vital work continue by giving up alcohol for the month.
By raising sponsorship for your 31 alcohol-free days or any other New Year's resolution, you'll be giving hope to all those affected by brain tumours and help bring us closer to finding a cure.
Fundraise your own way this year
Make 2020 the year you turn your passion into pounds! Create an event from your hobby so you can share it with your friends, family or colleagues.
A lot of our supporters also hold events to remember their loved ones, they tell us it’s a great way to keep their memory with them.
Here are some ideas, but be as creative as you like:
- Charity ball or casino night with auction
- Golf days
- Running events
- Cycling events
- Video gaming for good<
Invite and include as many people as you can and have fun whilst raising money to help fund the fight against brain tumours.
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