Meet some of our regular donors

Each of our regular donors has their own reasons for making their donation. Read some of their stories here.

Becoming a regular donor is easy - simply go to our donate page and fill in your details.

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I feel like I am making a real difference

Claire, a Major in the British Army, was coming to the end of a tour in Afghanistan in 2008 when she collapsed during a charity run. The next thing she was aware of was waking up in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham having a ventilator tube removed, surrounded by her family.

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I wanted to show a commitment to this amazing charity

Donna has been a regular donor since 2017. She gives £10 per month in memory of her brother-in-law, Mick. “Brain Tumour Support is an amazing charity that makes a real difference to families,” says Donna. “I know the impact a brain tumour has on a family unit and having someone to turn to who understands is priceless.”

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I hope my donation helps the charity survive and grow

Lance became a regular donor to Brain Tumour Support because we supported him and his partner Ann after her diagnosis.

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I feel I am helping others less fortunate than myself

Emma became a fundraiser for us after her neurosurgeon told her about Brain Tumour Support and the work we do supporting brain tumour patients like her.

How your support helps:

covers the cost of

a one-to-one

counselling session


provides 20 information packs for new patients