We did it
On 22nd July 2020 we successfully raised £1,000 ( + est. £10.00 Gift Aid ) with 24 supporters in 41 days

Brain Tumour Support has launched an appeal to help ensure the immediate survival of the charity to restore its vital face-to-face support.

by Donna in Thornbury, England, United Kingdom

New stretch target

If we reach £10,000 we will have enough funds to provide 74 virtual support groups throughout our regions - that's two whole months worth of support to hundreds of people living with a brain tumour.


Our vision is that no-one feels alone what facing the effects of a brain tumour diagnosis.

We are working harder than ever, currently with a reduced team, to support the many patients and families for whom the coronavirus crisis adds complications and stress on top of the devastating impact that a brain tumour brings.

Our services are already over-subscribed, with a 51% increase in demand for support in 2019-20. And due to delays in referrals we anticipate a further spike in the demand once clinics, diagnosis and treatment recommence fully.  So we need to take action urgently to not only survive but also prepare to meet this growing need.

If you are able, please donate to help us come through the COVID-19 crisis so we can be here for brain tumour patients and families in the future.

We are the only charity offering support in these 1590674811_paul_edwards_2_crop.jpgareas and Brain Tumour Support does not receive any statutory funding whatsoever, funding can only be obtained through grant making trusts and our own fundraising efforts.  

We are a small charity dedicated to making a difference to those we support. People like Paul, who says our services have been a big help to him and his family.

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