National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
Could you be a Fighting Force Hero?
Take on a challenge and help us fund the fight against brain tumours.
Next month, walkers all over Scotland will be donning their tartan to take on a fundraising challenge. Taking place from 23rd to 25th April, Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk will see participants choose their challenge from walking, running, hopping, swimming – or anything else – to go the extra mile for their chosen charity. This year, Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation will be topping all funds by 50% with a host of Virtual Kiltwalk surprises in store.
Sign up today and select us as the charity you’d like to support. Our Kiltwalkers will receive a FREE Brain Tumour Research t-shirt to walk in, and fantastic fundraising support to help you maximise your efforts and smash your target.
If you fancy a different challenge, why not join our Fighting Force team and conquer the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge on Saturday 5th June. Take on the 25-mile route and see if you can summit the three peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in 12 hours to tick off a challenge which is on the bucket list of so many walkers.
The registration fee is £30 and participants will receive a Brain Tumour Research t-shirt and Fighting Force medal. Once you reach the minimum sponsorship of £400, we’ll also send you a Brain Tumour Research baseball cap. Find out more and register here.
If these challenges don’t tickle your fancy, there’s lots more to choose from. Click here to find one that suits you and sign up today to help us get closer to a cure for this devastating disease.
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