Young Fundraiser of the Year Award
Our Young Fundraiser of the Year Award is about is about recognising fundraisers aged 18 and under who go above and beyond in helping to accelerate a cure for brain tumours.
This special award recognises an inspirational young fundraiser aged 18 and under who, in the past 18 months, has shown outstanding initiative, resilience and creativity in raising funds. It celebrates their hard work and enthusiasm in going above and beyond to help accelerate change.
Nominations for Celebrating You 2023, have now closed!
We look forward to sharing the shortlists with you in January 2023.
Thank you to everyone who made a nomination this year.
2020 winners and shortlist
Winner: Nick Parker
Nick’s mum, Michele, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2015. Nick, who has juvenile myasthenia leading to poor muscle development and fatigue, is a real superstar who has fundraised with determination, resilience and selflessness.
He not only took on 10km at The Twilight Walk Warwick and raised an amazing amount of money doing so, but also created, organised and compered a talent show, ‘Paddox’s Got Talent’, at his primary school.
Chloe was diagnosed with a low grade brain stem glioma in 2009, since her diagnosis she has arranged many wonderful events to raise money for The Brain Tumour Charity, from several sponsored head shaves to her own charity ball.
Ollie has taken part in and arranged many amazing challenges, including cycling from Reading to Cardiff and hosting a duathlon. He has attracted lots of local press coverage, in the papers, on the radio and the evening news, which has helped raise awareness.
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