National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
Wear A Hat Day with Flowers blossoms today!
It’s Wear A Hat Day with Flowers and the day has started with a bang with people getting involved across the UK in schools, workplaces, at home and in the community.
We know there are lots of amazing events taking place today and lots of supporters are getting hatty to help find a cure.
Chloe has planned an 80s-themed pub fundraiser with prizes for the best hat with flowers and best overall outfit. Fashionable fundraiser Haleema styles hats with hijabs and will crochet and embroider her own flowers to adorn her hats. Six-year-old twins Ellie and Layla are getting involved at school and freshening up their hats with some fabulous flowers. Jo will sport a pink cowboy hat at her drink and cake party. And staff at Burston Garden Centre who have chosen Brain Tumour Research as their charity of the year, will don flower-covered hats as part of their efforts to support our work.
If you’re getting involved, thank you! Remember to send us your photos and, if you use social media, share these using #WearAHatDayWithFlowers so we can celebrate with you.
If you haven’t planned an event, please still get involved today by donating what you can to help us maximise the funds we raise to get closer to a cure. Any contribution is greatly appreciated and makes a difference in funding the fight against this devastating disease.
Wherever you are and however you get involved, we hope you have a blooming beret-illiant time!
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