Make us your charity of the year...

... we'll inspire and motivate your employees and you'll bring hope to thousands.

The benefits for a business of having a robust corporate social responsibility policy are well known – it’s not just reputational but also feeds into staff development and retention. However, knowing that your charitable partnership and support is really making a difference is key. That’s why we are so delighted to have worked alongside companies like those listed below. Frequently they have been motivated by the loss of a colleague and want to make a difference in their name. We can work alongside you to make sure the partnership delivers and you can see what your support really means.


Make a difference with Brain Tumour Research. Make us your charity of the year and help us fund the fight. Together we will find a cure.

Each year, the Bridgend-based Jehu Group chooses a charity of the year and carries out fundraising activities to support that charity. One of Wales’ largest independent construction companies, the Jehu Group prides itself on a tradition of building excellence for more than 80 years.



Following the diagnosis and death only four months later of foreman Hugh Walker, 46, in September 2013 from a brain tumour, the Jehu Group were inspired to nominate Brain Tumour Research as their designated Charity of the Year in 2014, confirming again in 2015. Read more about their support here.

A former singer and tribute act, Danny Lowry has run Danny Lowry Entertainments (DLE), a talent management and live entertainment production company, for the past five years. On his books is an impressive list of stars such as: Kevin Simm, Shane Ritchie Jr., Ray Quinn, Carolynne Poole and Nathan Moore, amongst others.


As a close friend of Alan Cleworth, brother of Coronation Street star Bill Tarmey, Danny became involved with Brain Tumour Research when Bill’s son Carl was diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour in 2009 and Bill became a patron of the charity. Read the full story here. 


Equity Solutions is a group of companies which deliver infrastructure projects through a range of services including facilities management, construction, architectural design and engineering and back-office services such as finance, HR, marketing, IT and legal services.


Brain Tumour Research is a charity very close to many of Equity Solutions’ employees’ hearts, particularly in loving memory of their dear friend and colleague Susannah Taylor who sadly passed away after being diagnosed with a brain tumour in late 2014.

Workshop Recruitment is an employment and recruitment agency based in Portsmouth formed in 2009 but with a history in the industry dating back further to 1988. Working with companies and candidates across the south coast of England, when looking for a charity to partner with in 2016, one of their aims was to select one that had a specific local connection.


Workshop Recruitment met with Brain Tumour Research’s community fundraising manager, Tim Green, and were keen to get on board, as one of the Directors had lost their mother to the disease two years previously. They were even more drawn to the charity because it funds a research Centre of Excellence in their home town, at the University of Portsmouth. Read their full case study here. 

Brain Tumour Research is delighted to be associated with The Business Magazine which is the leading voice of business in the Thames Valley and Solent & South Central.

The Business Magazine is a quality publication that accurately reports the major business events in the area, profiling leading businessmen and women. They acts as a catalyst for commmunication and commerce across the regions.

Brain Tumour Research is delighted to have been chosen as the nominated charity by The Business Magazine for several years running and we are very gareful for the ongoing support and donations to the tune of many thousands of pounds over the years. Find out more about their support of our work at their prestigeous annual Thames Valley & Solent Deals Awards


Landscaped in a historic setting, with the famous Dockyard and Old Portsmouth only a short walk away, Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth is where old and new come together. Gunwharf Quays hosts over 90 designer outlets, 30 cosmopolitan bars, restaurants and coffee shops, a health & fitness centre, a 14 screen Vue cinema, a 26 lane Bowlplex, plus a nightclub and hotel. Centre Manager Sean Sweeney MBE and Marketing Manager Elisa Linley visited our dedicated research centre at the University of Portsmouth and were amazed that they had such a world class facility on their doorstep.

The new Milton Keynes Chamber was establised on Monday 8 July. It is run by the same, experienced team behind Northamptonshire Chamber, which was a finalist in the Chamber of Year category in the 2012 National Chamber Awards.

We are delighted to be Milton Keynes Chamber's chosen charity for 15/16.

South Staffordshire Council proudly serves the 106,000 residents in their area, represented by 49 councillors.

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