I want to make every moment I have count. I am proud to do all I can to raise money and awareness for Brain Research UK
Richard was only 35 when he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Incredibly, since diagnosis, Richard has run the London Marathon, swum the Serpentine and recently completed a 100 mile cycle to raise funds to support others with neurological conditions. We want to find better treatments, and improve our understanding of all neurological conditions to help more people like Richard live better, longer.
You can setup a regular donation or make a one-off donation by post. Please download one of the forms from the links below and post to:
330 High Holborn
London WC1V 7QH
Please be sure to give us your contact details so that we know who the gift is from and details of your fundraising activity, if applicable. Don't forget to include your signed cheque (if that applies).
No matter how big or small, your legacy gift will be most valued and will help ensure we can continue to fund essential research in the future.
Find out more about making a Will and including a gift to Brain Research UK
Thank you for thinking of Brain Research UK at a difficult time.
Gifts in memory are an extremely special and positive way to remember your loved ones. Donating a gift in this way will help to give hope to those affected by neurological conditions, now and in the future.
There are a number of ways we can help you give in memory of a loved one.
Please contact us if you would like help or further information as we would be delighted to help in whatever way we can.
Every year we invest millions of pounds in research. This is only possible thanks to supporters like you. Your support means so much to the 11 million people in the UK living with a neurological condition.