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"The charity fund raising night that I arranged was spectacular and the prizes donated by friends and local business played a huge part in its success. I would gladly promote its benefits to future braintrusters" 


-Matthew Lee, organiser of a Charity Fundraising Ball 



Setting up a fund to support our work

There are well over 55,000 people living with a brain tumour in the UK right now, and we are working hard to build a service to help as many of these people as possible. 

You can set up a fund to support our work, by getting in touch, picking a project and fundraising to help us grow that element of our service.  Many have also  set out to support a brain tumour patient by establishing up a fund in their name and then raising money for one of brainstrust’s projects.

When a loved one is going through this horrible time, it can really help friends and family if they feel that they are devoting energy to something positive, when perhaps they feel they cannot help the patient directly. Organising a fundraising event or training for a challenge can help relieve stress and give a positive focus to discuss and plan.

Any funds you raise will be channelled into your specific named fund which inspires your donors to give to a particular project which is perhaps close to the heart of the patient and their family and friends.

The team at brainstrust will help and support all your fundraising with ideas, advice, branded equipment, brainstrust goodies to sell and even attending your events if we can.

Check out some existing brainstrust funds:

the smiley riley fund

The Smiley Riley Fund and brainstrust are working together to help families with children who are battling a brain tumour, wherever they are in the UK.


Find out more about what we're up to  over here

Help for heads raising funds for brain tumour support

Help for Heads, set up by the Gadd family has raised over £25,000 for brain tumour support projects.

Click here to see what they're up to next. 

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