Get involved as an e-Campaigner

Every voice makes a big difference in our drive for change. Together, we can make it happen sooner.

As one of our e-campaigners, you'll can make a valuable and vital difference by acting as a voice for The Charity on the issues that matter most to our community.

You could use platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to lobby for our cause, share your story to help us raise awareness or give us your valuable input to help us shape campaigns.

Why should I get involved in e-campaigning?

Our E-campaigners can make a valuable and vital difference, by campaigning on behalf of all people affected by brain tumours. E-campaigners raise awareness of the charity and help achieve its goal of improving lives today.

What do e-campaigners do?

As one of our e-campaigners, you'll act as a voice for The Charity on the issues that matter most to our community. You could use platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to lobby for our cause, share your story to help us raise awareness or give us your valuable input to help us shape campaigns. Every voice makes a big difference in our drive for change. Together, we can make it happen sooner.

What skills do I need to become a e-campaigner?

You don't need any experience, just bring your passion to find a cure and to ensure that everyone affected has the highest quality of life and chance of survival.

Do e-campaigners get any support or training?

As an e-campaigner you'll receive regular email updates, detailing ways to get involved and any new actions you can take. You'll also be supported by our policy team, who are a short email or phone call away to answer any questions you have. As part of our online campaigning community you'll also have the support of fellow campaigners and be able to share in each other's success.

If you'd like get involved, please fill in your details below. We will add your details to our database and we will never share them with third parties. Read our full privacy policy.