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Brain Tumour Research publishes Annual Report
Brain Tumour Research has published its Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 30th June 2022.
The report examines the charity’s achievements and performance in research at its Brain Tumour Research Centres of Excellence, campaigning and awareness-raising, and fundraising during the period 1st July 2021 to 30th June 2022.
It is published after the charity delivered its best year yet, building on the success of the previous year, with income of £7.5 million, up 40% on 2020-21.
Key achievements are summarised including delivering a surplus of £1.4 million and closing reserves of £2.5 million enabling us to launch a call for applications for a fourth Centre of Excellence.
The report highlights how our campaigning has gone from strength-to-strength with our message about joined-up thinking across Government funders getting through and highlights our work in leading the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Brain Tumours (APPGBT) Inquiry. It spotlights the inspiring efforts of our ever-growing base of loyal supporters and their committed fundraising, awareness-raising and campaigning efforts.
The report also explains numerous publications from our Research Centres at Imperial College, London; Queen Mary University of London; and the University of Plymouth, which bring hope for the future, and the initiation of two key partnerships to achieve our research aims.
Read the full Annual Report on our website here.
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