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Trusts and Foundations

The Brain Tumour Charity is grateful for the support of many charitable trusts and foundations, both in the UK and internationally, which are having a significant impact across all areas of our work. 

These investments are making it possible for us to fund the best research to help find a cure, support everybody affected by this devastating disease and raise awareness of brain tumours to save lives.

How trusts and foundations can help

Our strategy is unashamedly ambitious and we need your help to increase our investment into our charitable objectives:

We have a range of projects across the UK in need of funding, such as BRIAN, our trusted, collaborative online app, with many opportunities for trusts and foundations to invest in something with measurable and tangible outcomes, for people of all ages who are affected by brain tumours.

Our new strategy for 2021-2022

Find out how we’re leaning into our strengths and our community, to make sure we can continue to drive urgent progress for everybody affected by a brain tumour.

Our promise to you

We value all of our donors and commit ourselves to:

  • Providing you with transparent and informative grant applications.
  • Providing you with relevant on-going communication and any additional information you may need to help with the assessment of our application.
  • Using our monitoring and evaluation mechanisms to provide you with detailed reports.
  • Recognising your contribution accordingly.

Read our Fundraising promise.

Contact us

If you are the trustee of a trust or foundation with similar aims and values and would like to explore how to be part of a future where brain tumours are defeated, please email Robyn de Wet of the Trusts and Foundations team or call 01252 749 043.

Rosie’s story

Find out more about the work of our Children and Families team and how BBC Children in Need’s continued support helps us to be there for children and young people like Rosie.

Mollie’s story

BBC Children in Need have supported our vital work with children affected by brain tumours since 2009. See how they have been helping us to support children and young people.