How did you #WearItOut?
Raynee wore it out with style on 4 March and will do so throughout Brain Tumour Awareness Month to help us raise awareness of brain tumours and funds for research.
Thank you for taking part in Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day on 4 March 2016. By getting involved you helped us raise awareness of brain tumours and vital funds for research into early diagnosis. Over 800 people will be diagnosed with a brain tumour this March - that's 27 people every day - but an early diagnosis could save lives and reduce long-term disabilities.
Thanks to the support of our united community, 2016's Bandanas for Brain Tumours Day was the biggest yet.
On Friday 4 March 2016, fundraisers, supporters, businesses and schools from across the UK came together to #WearItOut with style, strength, attitude and love. Whether they were on the bus, in a meeting at the office, at school or just out and about with friends and family, our community united together to show their support for those affected.
Thanks to your support, you have raised much-needed awareness of brain tumours and helped fund research at the University of Cambridge, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Nottingham into early diagnosis for children and adults.
You can still make a difference this Brain Tumour Awareness, here's how to get involved: