National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
Jog 26 Miles in May raises more than £400,000
We are thrilled to announce that our first ever Jog 26 Miles in May Challenge has raised a staggering total of £426,290.89, with money still coming in.
Lots of amazing supporters laced up and took part throughout the month and we thank them – and those who motivated them by donating – for everything they are doing to help find a cure.
We were delighted to see so many people walking, jogging and running so enthusiastically, from brain tumour patients to their family and friends, from people who have lost a loved one to individuals with had no previous connection to the disease at all.
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who took part and helped to raise an amazing total. These vital funds will help us get closer to our vision of finding a cure for brain tumours.
While Jog 26 Miles in May is over, there’s still lots more to come with some exciting summer fundraisers.
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