Join our Involvement Network
Help us shape the future of The Charity, the services we provide and the research we fund.
Joining our Involvement Network empowers you to use your personal experiences with brain tumours to help shape the work being done by The Charity. You can get involved in lots of different ways, from reviewing our information or taking part in a virtual focus group to sharing your story or completing a survey.
Signing up to join the Involvement Network doesn't mean you're obligated to take part at every opportunity - just choose the opportunities that match your experience and interest. You can give as much or little time as you like and only when it suits you
Each month, we'll emal you with opportunites to get involved that we think match your experience and interests, as well as updates of the work you’ve been involved in so you can see the huge difference you make.
As well as our Involvement Network, we have several involvement groups who give their input and work with us on a range of activities, including our Young Ambassadors, BRIAN Champions and our new group of Involvement Champions.
Our contributions as volunteers means our own experiences and knowledge help play a really important part in contributing to the awareness and further success of the Charity and its ongoing pursuits to improve medical research, which in turn improves the lives of those battling this hidden yet serious health condition.
Frequently asked questions
Being part of the network is an extremely flexible role and you can volunteer to take part in as many involvement opportunities as you like each month. If you're unable to take part in any opportunities for any reason, you can volunteer your time whenever you're next able.
We'll let you know how much time we expect an opportunity will require before you volunteer, so you're able to manage your time better.
Absolutely anybody can join the Involvement Network if they've been affected by a brain tumour and are over the age of 16. This includes:
- those living with a brain tumour
- people who were previously diagnosed with a brain tumour but had the tumour successfully removed
- anybody who has a loved one who's living with a brain tumour
- those who have lost a loved one to a brain tumour.
Don't worry too much if you're unable to take part in something you've volunteered for. You'll still be a valuable part of the Involvement Network and be able to volunteer for future opportunities
But, if you could let us know you aren't able to attend by emailing us at email@example.com, that would be amazing.