National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
Wear Grey for a Day to support brain tumour patients
The brain tumour community is set to go grey to show its support for people living with this devastating disease.
On 1st October, we will be taking part in the annual Wear Grey campaign organised by our Member Charity brainstrust to raise awareness of the challenges faced by the 60,000 people living with a brain tumour in the UK.
Set up to provide support to people affected by any type of brain tumour, brainstrust launched its Wear Grey campaign as a thank you to Shaun Skinner, who passed away in 2017. Over the years, the campaign has raised more than £120,000 to support people living with the disease.
Wear Grey on 1st October and join brainstrust on its mission to help people live better with a brain tumour. Share your photos on social media using #weargrey and make a donation to help raise funds to support patients and their loved ones.
If you’re struggling to find some suitable attire in your wardrobe, don’t worry! Head over to our ebay shop to browse our grey merchandise, including baseball caps, wristbands and face masks. Order online or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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