¼ of our investment into ground breaking research is thanks to gifts in Wills. But science and the development of new life-saving treatments is complex and can take time. The more money we have, the faster we can work.
By leaving just 1% of your Will to The Brain Tumour Charity, you can ensure that your loved ones are looked after, while helping us accelerate research to find a cure.
Whether you're giving in memory, as a tribute, or leaving a gift to one of our Supporter Groups, gifts in Wills are our lifeline for the future. Imagine the difference we could make if each and every one of our community dedicated 1% of their Will to the fight against brain tumours.
“It had never crossed my mind to leave a gift in my Will to a charity before, but following the death of my mum I started to look at the world differently. I felt inspired to include The Brain Tumour Charity when I updated my Will. I like the idea that my money could help contribute towards pioneering new research that could help save and improve so many lives."
Ellie Edlmann, Neurosurgery Registrar and Research Fellow for Addenbrookes Hospital and the University of Cambridge. Ellie lost her mum Sue to a brain tumour in 2014.
“After Richard died we as a family wanted to do something to raise funds in his memory. Knowing that every penny we raise for The Brain Tumour Charity goes directly to funding research and doesn't get swallowed up in admin costs meant so much to us."
Mel lost her brother Richard to a brain tumour in 2013. She fundraises through the Richard Hall BATs Fund.