By giving to The Brain Tumour Charity in memory of your loved one you are helping us to find better treatments and ultimately a cure. Your donation will help us create a world where brain tumours are defeated.
Ways to donate
Make a one-off donation
Any donation in memory of your loved one will help us to change the outcome for those affected in the future. The money you donate will be used to fund world class research and offer support to those living with a brain tumour. You can make your donation easily through our secure online donation page and also tell us who your donation is in memory of.
Sign up to give regularly
Signing up to donate the amount of your choice on a regular basis will provide long term, sustainable support for our work and will help us find a cure sooner. Your donations will always be linked to your loved one's name so you know you are making a difference in their memory. It's quick and easy to set up a monthly, quarterly or yearly Direct Debit online and your donations will make a huge difference, whether it's £5 a month or £500 a year.
"I know we both felt that some good had to come out of even the most dire circumstances we found ourselves in. This is why I am now doing all I can to support The Brain Tumour Charity by fundraising in Dave's name in the hope that my efforts will contribute in some small way to finding an effective treatment for this most awful of diseases"
Gill Parry - The Dave Parry Fund
Set up a Supporter Group
You might wish to consider setting up a Supporter Group, in memory of or inspired by a loved one. Our Supporter Groups are dedicated to raising funds and awareness on a long term basis and all fundraising will be undertaken in your loved one's name.
Leave a gift in your Will
Leaving a gift in your Will, no matter what the size, can help us to make a world of difference to the lives of those affected by a brain tumour.
Other ways to fundraise in memory
We have lots of fundraising ideas you can hold with family and friends or in your local community in memory of your loved one. There are plenty of events across the country that you can get involved in, from runs, cycles and swims to more extreme challenges such as charity treks or skydives.
Whatever you choose to do, we are here to support you.