Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer
5 ways to get involved with Wear A Hat Day
1) Wear a hat everyday like Emma
Emma, whose husband Brian was diagnosed with a brain tumour, is wearing a different hat every day in March, which is of course Brain Tumour Awareness Month. She then posts a daily photo on social media and asks friends and family to donate.
2) Hat Quiz
Play a hat quiz with your friends and family. You can download these on our website.
3) Big Hatty Bake-off
Hold a hat-shaped baking competition or host a delicious bake-sale and ask everyone to wear their favourite hat.
4) Get your school/office/community involved like siblings Siena and Rafaele
Siena and Rafaele found a great way of getting the pennies in when their grandfather Nonno was undergoing treatment for a brain tumour. They raised an astonishing £3,600 through a sponsored walk and then asked their classmates and teachers to wear hats to school and buy pin badges and wristbands.
5) Pass The Hat
Equip yourself with a tall top hat or the like, and ask everyone at work, in the street, shopping centre – wherever! – to help you fill it to the brim with coins or stuff it full of notes!
Find out more about ways how you can get involved.