Thank you for continuing the journey with me.

You can help by joining me on a much more comfortable journey, one that doesn’t require you to squeeze into any lycra – I promise!

I embarked on a pretty extreme challenge because I wanted to change the situation for other families affected by a brain tumour. Only 12% of patients with a brain tumour will survive for five years or more, and for some of the most aggressive tumour types, the average survival time is just 12 months or less.

The only way to give families the time together they deserve is by investing in bold new research and accelerating our search for a cure. But with only 3% of cancer research funding in the UK being spent on brain tumours, we rely on generous donations from our supporters.

Your donation will help fund discoveries that move us further, faster towards a future where families affected by a brain tumour have more time to spend with their loved ones.

Jeremy’s Trip meant so much to me, to see my brother who I had shared so much with, it was an incredibly positive thing that had come from something so negative.

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Every Year

This year our support team have taken 27% more support calls

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Every Day

Every day 33 people are diagnosed with a brain tumour

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Every Supporter

Over 90% of our funding comes from donations and legacies

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Our impact

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What we’re funding

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