National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
Walks of Hope go virtual this year
Brain Tumour Research’s popular Walks of Hope are back and this year we’re going virtual.
The coronavirus pandemic means we are not able to walk together as we have done in the past but we can still be together, marching towards a cure, even when we are apart.
This year’s walks will take place on Saturday 26 September and, wherever you are and however this devastating disease has touched your life, we would like you to join us. You can choose your own leisurely route, go it alone or get together with friends whilst following Government guidelines to keep everyone safe.
It’s quick and easy to get going – simply register here and the Community Development Manager in your region will be in touch with more information about the day and how to make the best of your fundraising.
Once you have set up a fundraising page you will receive a free Brain Tumour Research t-shirt and if you manage to raise more than £100 you will receive a medal to acknowledge your achievement
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