National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £30-35 million a year
Cancer doesn’t stop for Covid - take on 20 for 20 to help find a cure
We have joined forces with 20 other charities for lesser-known cancers to launch an exciting new fundraiser.
20 for 20 was created in response to the disruption charities have faced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Covid-19 has had a huge impact on charities, but people with lesser-known cancers still need life-saving support and services, and the hope of a cure.
Participants are invited to take part this autumn by choosing a 20-day challenge-filled calendar and completing their 20 for 20 challenge anytime until the fundraiser ends on 30th November.
Brain Tumour Research has faced a loss of income due to the cancellation and postponement of many events, but the need for research remains as important as ever. We have been inspired by the resilience of our supporters and their dedicated fundraising through virtual events like the 2.6 Challenge. Your help can really make a difference.
Please take part in 20 for 20 and help us to continue our work to build a network of experts in sustainable research and to campaign for Governments and larger cancer charities to invest more nationally.
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