National brain tumour research funding needs to increase to £35 million a year
Step forward for Walk of Hope and help find a cure
Join us for our big national fundraising event – Walk of Hope is back, taking place on Saturday 30th September.
With more locations and a variety of distances, one thing every Walk of Hope has in common is that it unites a community of people who care about finding a cure for brain tumours.
Over the years, thanks to amazing supporters like you, we’ve raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to help find a cure. This year, we’re planning to make Walk of Hope bigger and better than ever, and we need your help.
New for 2023, our three festival-themed flagship walks will take place in Ellesmere in Shropshire, Luton in Bedfordshire, and Newcastle, Tyne and Wear. Plus, we’ve got walks taking place in Chichester, Hamilton, Leeds, Leicester, Milton Keynes, and Stockport, with more being planned.
Come along with your family, bring your friends too, and make new ones as you come together with others who have a connection to this devastating disease. Register before 31st July 2023 to secure a 50% early-bird discount on your registration fee.
Don’t worry if none of our walks are convenient for you because there’s an option for you to do your own Walk of Hope, wherever you are.
Each step you take will bring us closer to a cure.
Visit www.walk-of-hope.org to find out more and register now. All walkers who are fundraising will get a specially branded t-shirt.
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