National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
You can make a difference in 2023
Thanks to your support, 2022 was our best year ever. Now, we need your help to go even further and support our ambitious plans for 2023.
The New Year brings with it a fresh chance to support the causes you care about and to bring hope to brain tumour patients and their loved ones.
We’ve got a packed fundraising calendar, kicking off with our popular 10,000 Steps a Day in February Challenge – will you get involved?
Look super for science and help research breakthroughs happen – our flagship fundraiser Wear A Hat Day is back and takes place on Friday 31st March.
Kickstart your year and sign up to an adrenaline-fuelled adventure. Our Jump for Hope takes place in June – are you up for a freefall fundraiser? Plus, new for 2023, we’re adding firewalks to our roster of fundraising activities – stay tuned for more.
And we need your help to keep brain tumours on the political agenda. Join us as a campaigner, together we will make our voices heard. Or why not volunteer and donate your time to our cause?
Find out more about the many ways you can get involved in 2023 by clicking here.
Thank you for your enthusiasm and dedication so far. Please continue to support us in any way that you can and together we can get closer to our vision of finding a cure for all types of brain tumours.
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