Want to make a difference?
We can only continue our work with your support. Make a quick, secure online donation now to help accelerate a cure.
Fundraising for us?
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Worried about symptoms?
Talk to your doctor if you're concerned about your or your child's symptoms.
Order a free Brain Tumour Information Pack, to help you cope with a brain tumour diagnosis.
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with a brain tumour, or a family member has, we're here to help.
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Our Groups enable you to share experiences, find and give support and help you feel less isolated. Join today.
How we choose what to fund
We award our funds through a peer review process, with applications reviewed by independent experts. Find out more.
Meet our Scientific Advisory Boards
Our Scientific Advisory Boards, assess and rate applications and making recommendations to our Trustees. Find out more.
The research we're funding
Take a look at our range of pioneering research projects that will help adults and children with brain tumours.
Want to join our team?
If you want to be a part of a dynamic and evolving team where you can make a difference, take a look at our current roles.
We value each and every person with whom we come into contact. We are committed to providing a high quality service across all areas of The Charity and working in an open and accountable way.
We are committed to protecting your personal information and being transparent about what information we hold.
If something goes wrong, we need you to tell us about it, so we can respond in a positive way and put things right.
This privacy notice sets out the types of data that we hold on you as a job applicant to The Brain Tumour Charity.
Here we've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive across The Charity in its entirety.
Policies and procedures related to volunteering at The Brain Tumour Charity.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and adults at risk.