Brain Tumour Support launches campaign to attract 100 new regular donors

For Brain Tumour Awareness Month, Brain Tumour Support is aiming to attract 100 new regular donors to enable the charity to expand its services and plan for the future.

Throughout March the charity will also be sharing quotes from some of the people it supports. They will show the day-to-day impact of brain tumours on patients, their loved ones and carers, and express how finding the right support is so important to help those affected move on with their lives.

"It is vital that we can both sustain the support services we offer and are also able to reach out to many more people in need," said Tina Mitchell Skinner, CEO and Founder of Brain Tumour Support. "As a charity we rely on voluntary donations to carry out our work, and by setting up a regular donation our supporters can help us plan for the future and achieve this."

Every new regular donor in March will be represented by a coloured figure in the charity's Support icon. "One hundred new regular donors, giving £5 per month, would help us fund a Support Group for a whole year," said Ms Mitchell Skinner. "As there is an ever increasing demand for our services, this new income would enable us to expand and help more brain tumour patients and their families."

See the charity's website for more information or follow #BTAM2019 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Thornbury, South Gloucestershire 

BS35 3JA  United Kingdom

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Company No. 9718307

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