Thursday 7th May 2020 is your chance to sparkle! Celebrate the extra Bank Holiday Friday off school or work by getting together, sparkling up and donating to Brain Tumour Support.

Resources

Fundraising team - our team is there to support you during your fundraising. Contact the Fundraising Team to let them know your plans (fundraising@braintumoursupport.co.uk or 01454 422705).

Fundraising pack - order your Fundraising Pack today. Packed full of ideas, hints and tips, this pack will help you organise your event and get the most out of your fundraising.

Posters - we have two posters available. A generic poster to help you advertise the day and a poster that you can edit to help promote your specific event.

Donate - click here to donate the proceeds of your fundraising event

Last year, we had teachers, social workers, fire fighters, hospital staff, playgroups, friends, families and even pets joining in!

 

Whether you wear your tiara to work, glitter up your beard, organise a sparkly drinks party or hold a glittery cake sale, have fun and raise vital funds.

We guarantee you will have fun, and the feel good factor of knowing you have supported those affected by a brain tumour diagnosis will be there long after the glitter disappears!

In order to meet the growing demand for our services, we need to raise £600,000 per year.  By getting together, we hope our Sparkle Day will raise £12,000 - enough to fund two of our Support Groups for twelve months. 

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Ellie is our poster girl for Sparkle Day 2020 - she was just 25 when she was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour. Find out more about her and how Brain Tumour Support has helped her - read Ellie's story

A little bit of sparkle can brighten everybody's day...

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01454 414355

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