Our promises

If you choose to remember The Brain Tumour Charity in your Will, you can rest assured that we will make the most of your gift and respect your wishes.

  1. The decision whether or not to leave a donation in your Will is entirely yours.
  2. We know that your Will is a private matter and we'll always respect this.
  3. We know that your loved ones will always come first.
  4. We'll look after every gift to ensure it is spent where it will have the greatest impact.
  5. You can change your mind at any time and you can choose how much you want to hear from us.
  6. We'll never pass your details on to anyone else without your permission.
“My mum passed away from an inoperable brain tumour only seven months after diagnosis. It was awful to watch her deteriorate so rapidly and see an independent and intelligent woman so helpless after just two weeks. Having initially lost all her sight, mum became virtually paralysed, unable to swallow or speak.

“My husband and I finally got round to making our Wills after mum died and I was horrified to learn how little funding goes into brain tumour research. Between us we decided to leave a percentage of our joint estate to three national charities connected to cancer because I want to find answers to why this cruel disease affects people, to find cures, and to help those with brain tumours have a more fulfilling life while they can.

“I felt strongly that The Brain Tumour Charity benefited from this legacy because there seemed to be so little known about brain tumours and I want other people to have treatment options. Sadly, my mum did not have access to any treatment and the wait for biopsy results from diagnosis was so long. If more is known about different types of brain tumours, more than be done to help those in need so research and support is vital".