What is a Tribute fund?

A Tribute Fund is a positive way to celebrate the life of someone special. By setting up a fund in the name of your loved one, you will be making a lasting impact to The Brain Tumour Charity.

With an online Tribute Fund, loved ones can upload photos and videos, leave poems or messages of remembrance and light virtual candles to mark special dates or anniversaries. Together, you can share memories of your loved one whilst fundraising in their memory which will help future generations to come.

We’ll send you a Giving in Memory Pack which has useful information about our work and includes donation envelopes.


About The Brain Tumour Charity


Funeral donations

You can celebrate your loved one by asking loved ones to make a donation at their funeral or memorial service. People often choose to make a charitable donation in lieu of buying flowers.

If you would like to arrange funeral donations please contact 01252 749043 or email inmemory@thebraintumourcharity.org and we will make this as simple as possible for you.

We can send you donation envelopes and information leaflets about The Charity. The envelopes allow for a name to be written on so we can provide you with a total raised in your love one's name.

Thank you for thinking of us at this time. Your donations will help us create a world where brain tumours are defeated.

Celebrate their life and raise money in memory

We have lots of fundraising ideas to keep your loved one’s memory alive. Perhaps you would like to simply hold a coffee morning at your work, take part in one of our Twilight Walks, Pledge your Birthday or take part in our Big Bandana Bake. For more information, please email fundraising
@thebraintumourcharity.org


We’re here to help

Please remember we’re here to support you and your family every step of the way, so if you need any help, please do get in touch with us.

"Raising the money makes me feel that it is all for a reason. It has helped with my grief as I feel I am doing something and it is worthwhile. I am quite amazed at what we have achieved.

Lesley, lost her daughter Hollie in 2008 and set up The Hollie Bell Fund in her memory.