We've been at the forefront of the fight against brain tumours since 1996 and we won't give up until we win. We don't receive any government funding and rely 100% on the generosity of our amazing supporters. By including a gift in your Will, you can help our work live on.
As little as 1% of your Will can make the world of difference. It's the little things in life that mean the most.
Every penny counts
£250 could cover the cost of giving 10 children and their families the immediate support and information they need after the devastation of a diagnosis.
£1,000 could pay for 15 tests to understand the genetic changes associated with development of brain tumours.
£7,500 could fund one of our world-class research projects for a month at a leading UK institution.
Giving hope for the future
£10,000 could fund two Family Days, giving 60 children with brain tumours and their families a fun and supportive day out together.
£50,000 could fund a piece of specialist equipment to enable our researchers to continue their pioneering research.
£80,000 could fund an early-phase clinical trial to test new treatments in children and adults.
Helping our work live on
You can leave a gift to us or one of our 200 Supporter Groups.
Many Supporter Groups choose to dedicate their funds to particular areas, such as paediatric high grade brain tumours. Gifts left to Supporter Groups are invested into the areas of work they support, helping their work live on.
Making a difference tomorrow
We're committed to having the biggest possible impact for everyone affected by a brain tumour. We're proud to work with researchers across the globe on pioneering projects that drive forward progress and get closer to a cure. Find out more about the projects we're funding.
Our research has already led to many important discoveries, but the development of new life-saving treatments is complex and takes time and money. With less than 2% of all funding into cancer research in the UK being spent on brain tumours, this isn't enough to see the improvements that are so desperately needed.
By remembering us in your Will, you can pledge a long-term commitment to defeating this devastating disease. A small act of kindness today will make a big difference tomorrow.
"Research takes time to produce results and knowing that people have remembered The Charity in their Will safeguards the future of research into this disease. 20 years ago someone left a gift in their Will and today it's being used to explore DNA mutations at The University of Nottingham. That wouldn't have sounded possible all those years ago, so just think what your gift for tomorrow could achieve!"
Dr Ruman Rahman, Researcher, The University of Nottingham
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It's the little things in life that can mean the most. Leaving just 1% of your Will to The Brain Tumour Charity can make a world of difference to those affected.
Including a gift in your Will is simple and easy.
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