Leave a gift in your Will
Brain tumours remain the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40, and claim the lives of over 5,000 people every year. A gift in your Will could fund research that leads to a life-saving breakthrough, or help develop a kinder treatment.
Hope comes in all shapes and sizes – no matter what size gift you choose to leave, you will be giving hope to everyone who faces a brain tumour.
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Gifts in Wills are investment in the future
“I picture hospitals full of kinder treatments that work. Labs full of ground-breaking research into brain tumours. I see survivors, lots of survivors. Children recovering to long happy lives. Families celebrating Christmases and birthdays they never thought they’d have. Couples growing old together. I see a future full of hope for everyone facing a brain tumour.”
Sarah, who lost her son Silas.
Gifts in Wills have helped us to invest in progress on all three fronts: research, support for those affected and awareness of the impact brain tumours can have.
And we’re making extraordinary advances thanks to the support of people who have remembered us in their Will.
- We’ve invested over £50 million into world-class, forward-thinking research.
- We’ve launched BRIAN, our ground-breaking app and databank to accelerate progress towards a cure.
- We support thousands of people affected by a brain tumour each year.
- And our HeadSmart campaign has helped to halve the average diagnosis time for children in the UK.
Just imagine what can be achieved in the next few decades.
A gift in your Will of just 1%, after loved ones have been looked after, will bring new momentum to the cause and give hope for a future where brain tumours are defeated.