UK Brain Tumour Awareness Month
For Brain Tumour Awareness Month this year we want to
What does 'support' mean in practice?
Why is it so needed?
What difference does it make to people whose lives have been changed by a brain tumour diagnosis?
Join the conversation on social media via the links below and, if you've been affected by a brain tumour, tell us what support means to you too - #talkaboutsupport
We cannot wait for a cure
With an estimated 100,000 people in the UK living with a brain tumour and the devastating impact that the condition can have, it is clear that waiting for a cure isn’t an option for many of these people. The call for funding support now is an urgent one. Sadly, most of the individuals and families affected cannot wait for any future benefits from research.
The need is now
And Brain Tumour Support is here to do all we can to meet that need. But we also need you.
Could you help?
Making a regular donation of £5 a month helps us to build sustainable funding to secure the future of support services. Last year our regular donors fully funded one of our regional support groups.
Please consider if you could contribute something each month to support our work, even a small amount can make a big difference.
Regular giving can be less than the cost of a weekly coffee to you - but the difference of life changing support to someone facing a brain tumour diagnosis.
The impact of support
Meet some of our regular donors
and find out why they have chosen to give to
Brain Tumour Support