Get fundraising this Brain Tumour Awareness Month.

Whether you’re keen to take on a physical challenge, organise something at home, with your colleagues, or in your local community, we’re here to help.

Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of activities you can get involved in to help make a difference this Brain Tumour Awareness Month.

Challenge yourself

We have an array of exciting physical challenges for you to get involved in this year. Sign up to a run, cycle, obstacle race or swim and get your training off the ground during Brain Tumour Awareness Month. Browse through all our events and find your next challenge today. Find my challenge

Create your own challenge

If you’re looking to get started straight away, why not create your own challenge during the month of March to help raise awareness of brain tumours. Get creative and design a challenge that best suits you:
  • March the month of March with a walking challenge
  • Skip into Spring with a daily skipping challenge
  • Cycle for childhood cancer
  • Highlight hair loss, a common side effect of cancer treatment, by dying your hair – the crazier the better!
Don’t forget to let us know what you’re up to so we can support you every step of the way. Register my own challenge

Support us through your business

We’ve teamed up with small business fundraising platform Work for Good who make it super easy for you to donate to us through the sales of your products and services and help us keep track of your wonderful support. Donating to us through the Work for Good platform also gives you the opportunity to set up a Work for Good page to publicise your giving story to your customers, clients and employees and shout about your support for us. Please support us for Brain Tumour Awareness Month and beyond by setting up your first pledge, or make a one off donation. Register on Work for Good

How you're helping - Mia's story

Mia was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2011, when she was only five years old. She went through chemotherapy and numerous surgeries, but sadly, she passed away in August 2020, at 14 years old. In early 2020, Mia took part in a research study, and bravely shared her own story with us. Because of children like Mia, we will continue to invest in specialist childhood cancer research focused on brain tumours, so we can find kinder and more effective treatments for brain tumours. Read Mia’s story

A special tribute in memory of a loved one

On our Remembering tribute site, you can create a page to celebrate your loved one where you can add messages, photos and videos. It’s quick and easy to setup and easily shared with friends and family for them to give gifts, or for you to run fundraising events too. Visit our Remembering site
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