As a charity we are proud of our accreditations. Our information and our practices are regularly audited so that you can trust what you are reading to be accurate and up to date.
The accreditations we've earned evidence our continued commitments to our supporters and beneficiaries.
Association of Medical Research Charities
We have been a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) since 2006 and fund our research in the fairest way through an open, transparent process called peer review. Peer review is the only way to ensure the very best research, with the biggest potential impact, is selected for funding and that it is not duplicated by research elsewhere.
Our supporters can be confident that the money they raise is spent in the most effective way, with the best chance of success to improve understanding, diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours.
Researchers are eligible for top up funding of 26p for every £1 invested through the government's Charity Research Support Fund.
We have received the AMRC's Certificate of Best Practice for our peer review process three times, the latest being November 2015 following a successful audit.
It was a very clear and well written audit response. The committee agreed that the information and links were very helpful and that the peer review process was robust.
Information quality statement 2019
As a long-term accredited member of NHS England’s Information Standard, The Brain Tumour Charity is committed to providing high quality and trustworthy health and care information to support anyone affected by a brain tumour.
This includes people with a brain tumour, family and friends. It also includes people in your wider circle, such as colleagues, teachers and healthcare professionals.
The Information Standard assessment and certification scheme has now ceased, but here at The Brain Tumour Charity, we will continue to maintain our high standards, so you know you can trust our health and social care information.
By this we mean that we use rigorous production processes to make sure our information is:
- based on evidence of users’ needs
- supported by the best health and social care evidence available
- regularly reviewed by experts specialised in neuro-oncology and other relevant specialisms
- reviewed by people affected by brain tumours
- produced following best practice and quality guidelines.
This makes sure all our information is:
- easy to understand
Where issues are controversial, we do our best to present them in way that is:
If you have any questions about how we produce our information, or suggestions for other topics, contact the Information and Support Line on 0808 800 0004 or email@example.com
The Helplines Partnership
Being a member of the Helplines Partnership ensures we monitor and continually raise the standard of the services we provide through sharing information, best practice and expertise.
Contact our Support & Info Line free on 0808 800 0004 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are open, honest and transparent – we will tell our supporters what we're trying to raise each year, how much we've raised and what it's been spent on. We'll also share our long term ambitions.
We are committed members of the Fundraising Regulator and follow their fundraising promise to ensure we meet the highest standards, so people can give and fundraise for us with confidence and trust.