What is a Supporter Group?

We have over 200 Supporter Groups across the UK, all dedicated to raising funds and awareness in memory of a loved one, or inspired by someone living with a brain tumour. They bring friends, family and colleagues together in the fight against brain tumours.

Who our groups are

All Supporter Groups have decided they would like to fundraise, and raise awareness, on a long term basis by setting up a group with The Charity.

What our groups do

Events and fundraising

Supporter Groups have complete control over their fundraising, you can choose how you wish to raise funds and when. We have seen groups hold and take part in many different fundraising ideas, below are just a few examples;

  • Annual dinners or balls
  • Golf days
  • Make and bake sales
  • Cycles, runs and swims
  • Extreme challenges from sky dives to zip wires and anything in between
  • Treks abroad
  • Selling merchandise
  • Bucket collections and bag packs

Raise awareness

Our Supporter Groups are the strongest advocates of our work, and the need for change. Together we have a much stronger voice, we would delighted for our groups to get involved in our policy work, help raise awareness for our HeadSmart campaign and use their own stories to reach out to local and national media. Not only does this promote our cause, it also promotes the group and can encourage further support.


Our groups offer invaluable support by volunteering at an event, such as cheering on our runners at the London Marathon and giving out goodie bags at The Twilight Walk. Many also give talks and attend presentations to raise awareness, as well as distributing materials and sharing our work and goals.

If you would like to find out more please call us on 01252 749043 or email supportergroups@thebraintumourcharity.org. You can also find more information by clicking the links below.