Together We Are Stronger

Together we will survive

Have you got a fundraising idea that could raise £500 or more? Whether you set yourself a physical, mental, artistic or silly challenge, whatever you do, have fun and know that you are 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.


Claire Griffith

Claire set up a Facebook Fundraiser aiming to raise £400 and she smashed that target thanks to all her generous friends and supporters!


Kelly Lilly

Kelly is cycling around the Isle of Wight in honour of her close friend who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour.

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John and Tina Cooke

John and Tina have raised £500 by selling unwanted items. "Some things sold within hours of the advert going on Ebay or Facebook Marketplace," said John.

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Stefania Distante

Stefania, who developed a talent for photography after her brain surgery, is selling 10 beautiful,  nature-inspired pictures and taking doorstep photos in her neighbourhood near Cheltenham.

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Paul's Fantasy Football

Can you pick the best squad of players from Premier League clubs and beat Paul and his friends in a friendly and fun competition?

Ellen Heather Maddy and Lina

Devon & Cornwall Crafters

Ellen, Linda, Maddie and Heather - four ladies affected by brain tumours - have set up a Facebook group to sell a wonderful array of handmade items.

Steve Ebsworth

Steve and his wife were not able to go on holiday in April so they decided to donate the money they saved to Brain Tumour Support in memory of Steve's dear friend Paul.


Emily Hackworthy

Emily, who lost her mother to a brain tumour, is selling her paintings and asking for donations.


James Cox

James is taking on the Blenheim triathlon again this year in memory of his good friend Jamie.


Suzanne Smith

Suzanne, who has a brain tumour and has been growing her hair for two years, is donating her hair to make wigs for cancer patients. She is also raising funds for Brain Tumour Support.


Helen Patterson

Helen, a brain tumour survivor, plans to scoot 100 miles in 80 days.

Claire from Poppy K

Claire from Poppy K Photography offered doorstep photos in return for a donation to Brain Tumour Support.

And EVERYONE please spread the word

Please share on social media.  Be part of the #TogetherWeAreStronger family!

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