Unite with the brain tumour community for a special evening of celebration and reflection during the festive season. Buy your tickets today or call the fundraising team on 01252 749043.
From Christmas cards to carol concerts, there are lots of ways you can support us this Christmas and help make a difference.
Welcome in Christmas with popular carols, inspirational readings, mulled wine and mince pies at our enchanting carol concerts in London and Northwich. This magical occasion is a wonderful way to start the festive season.
Wednesday 7 December. Mulled wine and mince pies at 6:30pm - carols start at 7:30pm
South: St Giles-in-the-fields, 60 St. Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8LG
North: The Parish Church of St. Helen Witton with St. Thomas Rudheath, Church Road, Northwich, CW9 5PB
£10 for adults, free for children under five.
Last Christmas our dedicated community raised over £57,000 through seasonal sales, which is enough to fund the work of one of our research fellows in Professor Salomoni's lab at the Samantha Dickson Brain Cancer Unit at UCL, for one year. By shopping with us this Christmas, you'll be helping us to defeat brain tumours.
You'll find everything you need this festive season, from cards and gifts, to wrap and tree decorations. Whether you're spreading festive cheer with our range of Christmas cards, or giving a Gift of Hope to someone special, you'll be making a difference.
Ready, Santa, Go! Get in to the festive spirit by taking part in a Santa fun run and raise vital funds for The Brain Tumour Charity.
Register today to take part in the Do It For Charity Santa Run at Victoria Park in London directly through the official race website. Once your registration has been confirmed by the race organisers we'd be delighted if you joined #TheBrainyBunch by signing up with us. Watch this space for details of more Santa runs across the country!
Last year the sale of Christmas cards and gifts raised over £57,000 – enough to fund a pioneering research project for an entire year. By becoming a Christmas Angel this year and selling our new Christmas range to your friends, family and colleagues you can help us to raise vital funds so that we can defeat brain tumours sooner.
This is a flexible role with no set amount of volunteering hours required. You'll mostly be needed throughout October, November and December and will have a named contact at The Charity who will support you and be there to answer any queries you may have. By joining #TheBrainyBunch and volunteering at this special time of year, you can help make a difference to the lives of those affected by a brain tumour.
To become a Christmas Angel simply click here and fill out the form.
To find out more you can get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01252 237841.