People living with a brain tumour feel lost, afraid and alone.
We also know that brain tumour support is built on tea.
From the 19th until 26th February 2018,
grab your tea bags, pop the kettle on and stir up support from family, friends and colleagues to help brainstrust and 60,000 people living with a devastating brain tumour diagnosis across the UK.
Get involved in TEAFEST:
Hold your own TEAFEST at home, school or work Register for one of our exciting new fundraising packs by completing your details on the form below. We will then send a host of goodies to you to help get started with your TEAFEST preparations. Ask your local café or coffee shop to get involved Have a favourite cafe or coffee shop local to you? Why not ask them to get involved during the week? They might help by selling some of our merchandise on their counter, donate a percentage of the sales of tea for that week or even hold their own TEAFEST! Swap your normal morning cuppa for a donation Go without the morning cuppa and donate what you would've paid instead by texting TEAF18 £3 to 70070. Shop for TEAFEST Visit our online shop and get badges, wristbands and anything else to wear or sell at your TEAFEST event. Donate today Can't do any of the above? You can still donate any amount you wish by clicking on the donate with JustGiving button below or send us a cheque in the post.
Getting your hands on one of our exciting TEAFEST fundraising packs couldn't be easier. Simply complete you details on the form below:
Your fundraising pack is currently brewing and will be winging its way to you in the post about a month before TEAFEST 2018.
Cheques payable to 'brainstrust' can be sent to us at 4 Yvery Court, Castle Road, Cowes PO31 7QG
What better way is there to raise money than drinking a cup of tea and eating a slice (or two) of cake? You don't even need to training for it.
Join this great, very British celebration to help brainstrust
support more people across the UK. You will be helping people with a brain tumour feel less afraid, less alone and more in control in the face of a terrifying brain tumour diagnosis.
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