Every step matters this Brain Tumour Awareness Month!
Join us throughout Brain Tumour Awareness Month and together we can march towards a world where everyone affected by a brain tumour can live a longer, better life.
Whether it’s a researcher making a ground-breaking discovery, a young person connecting with others who share their experiences in our Online Brain Tumour Support Groups or a parent taking the first step towards getting a faster diagnosis after seeing our Better Safe Than Tumour campaign – every step forward matters when it comes to defeating brain tumours.
That’s why we’re bringing our community together during Brain Tumour Awareness Month 2023 to make sure that every step counts. Keep reading to learn more about different ways you can get involved!
- Stride towards a cure with us at The Twilight Walk
- Join our group of campaigners and help us drive down diagnosis times
- Help us spread awareness of our Better Safe Than Tumour campaign
To help our community become voices for change, we’re launching our new browser-based design service – Create!
Create empowers you to spread the word about how you’re supporting The Brain Tumour Charity using templates, illustrations and photos created by our Design team. It’s easy to use and you’ll find everything you need to create branded images for social media posts, flyers and event invites.
Try it out today and make sure you tag our social media accounts when you share your amazing designs with the world.
Take a look back through the years at how we’ve bought the brain tumour community together to stride towards a cure.
Boost your fundraising and help move us further, faster towards a cure with these tried and tested fundraising tips!
Berrie, one of our Trustees, and her husband Graham, our Interim CEO, share why they’re striding towards a cure.
Learn what we mean by “faster diagnosis” and the reasons we’re determined to drive down diagnosis times.
Find out how the voices and stories of people affected by a brain tumour diagnosis help us create meaningful change.
Sharing your story publicly can be powerful way of creating meaningful, lasting change and helping improve outcomes for everyone affected by a brain tumour.
Find out more about our national campaign to raise awareness of the common symptoms of a brain tumour.
A recent survey found that 72% of UK adults can’t name a single brain tumour symptom – let’s change this!
Kate, a Neuro Critical Care Nurse, advocates for the importance of our Better Safe Than Tumour campaign after her own brain tumour diagnosis.