Our Beloved Children


More children die of a brain tumour than any other cancer... 

The latest Office for National Statistics reports for 2012 show that 1,783 children under the age of 19 were diagnosed with cancer in England, 13% of them with a brain tumour. Tragically 351 children under the age of 19 died of cancer in England in 2012, 31% of them died of a brain tumour.

We must find a cure, no parent should lose a child and no child should have to face a brain tumour – please help us by fundraising to support our four Centres of Excellence and establish three more. Find out how you can get involved on our fundraising page.Many of our Umbrella Groups and Member Charities were set up in memory of lost children including Ali's Dream, Loubob's Legacy, 4 Aurora, Taylan's Project and Charlie Charges On.

You can help us #FundTheFight today, simply by sending a text message - text RSCH09 to 70070 to donate £10. Click here for other ways to donate.

Every penny received today is used to support vital life-saving research tomorrow. 

 


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