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Have you got a fundraising idea that could raise £100 or more? Fundraising doesn't have to be big or complicated. It can be as simple as adding up some of the expenses you've saved during lockdown and donating the amount.  Whatever you do, the funds you raise will be a vital contribution to helping support brain tumour patients and their families now, and in the future. See below for some ideas of what other people are doing. Sign up and have your fundraising featured on this page.


Kev Yates

Our wonderful supporter Kev set up a birthday fundraiser this year and encouraged his friends to make donations to help our work rather than buying presents and his generous friends raised £100.

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Rachel Foster

Rachel, a nurse whose brother died from a brain tumour, is holding a virtual pamper party. Proceeds from sales of products she demonstrates will go to Brain Tumour Support.


Yvonne Gulliford

Yvonne walked and ran 100km in May to keep fit and boost her mental health. She donated £1/km because Brain Tumour Support helped her and her husband after his diagnosis.


Phoebe whippet

Phoebe is almost 17 and raising funds through counting the miles on her daily walks. She may not be able to go as far as when she was younger but every bit counts!


The Blanket Friends

Keri, Anne and their friends at their knitting group, the Blanket Friends, have raised funds by raffling off this amazing safari themed blanket. 


Jayne Allen

Jayne's donation is her way of saying 'thank you' for our support. Jayne says she gets comfort from her tattoo of our Hippo mascot: "He makes me smile every time I see his smiley face!" 


Finishing Touches

Finishing Touches, a cake decorating equipment shop, is selling fake cupcakes with all proceeds going to Brain Tumour Support.

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Tina Dufty and family

Tina and her friends and family held a quiz and aimed to raise £100. They had a lot of fun and raised £268. We have lots of quizzes for you to choose from - could you hold a virtual quiz?


Liz Wallace

Liz has sold unwanted items in a car boot sale and on Facebook and donated the funds to Brain Tumour Support because she attends  one of our support groups.


Sue Swift

Brain tumour survivor Sue has been sewing face masks and asking for donations for Brain Tumour Support.


Ken Wilson

Ken donated over £100 which were savings from the lockdown when going out and spending is restricted.

What have you saved? Could you do the same?

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Could this be YOU?

Be the next member of the Together £100 club and see your fundraising here!

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