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Brain Tumour Charity Sep 20
WOW!!! Honestly, we are overwhelmed & honoured! This award is huge testament to the incredible community who support us every day. THANK YOU. There's a lot of work still to be done in this disease area, and we won't stop until brain tumours are defeated.
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Brain Tumour Charity 21h
So proud of Pete! Riding over 200 miles on his little girl's bike to raise vital funds. His beautiful daughter Ellie passed away from a brain tumour when she was just 7 & this bicycle was her last ever Christmas present.
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Sally Watt Sep 20
Wow... so this happened! We won Charity of the Year!!!! Shows what achievable when you have the best community, the most dedicated team and great leadership. Brain tumours.... We're coming for you.
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Carol Dyce Sep 20
Well, fingers uncrossed - thrilled for amazing supporters to be ’s Charity of the Year. Just one more thing - wooooooooooo-hooooooooooo!
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Brain Tumour Charity Sep 20
This award is for you guys... . Everyone affected who inspires and supports us every single day. And we know will continue to do so until we find that cure. Thank you.
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Samantha Parker Sep 15
Needed hospice help yesterday and told none available , waiting list for bed. Bad news if you have terminal cancer diagnosis!
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Events team 21h
Marathon Walk London today! Wonderful location to cheer on our fantastic team.
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Emma Bassett Sep 17
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Katie Mosses Sep 19
Brilliant to meet and yesterday - they're dedicated supporters of are we're lucky to have them on board! Thank you for your support to date.
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Charlotte Bradford Sep 21
A HUGE thank you to our community who inspire us, everyday, to be the best we can be.
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Brain Tumour Charity Sep 19
Olivia passed away from a aged just 5 years old. Her parents made the incredible & selfless decision to donate her brain to research. We are beyond thankful to them for supporting vital work which could help others diagnosed in the future.
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Emma Ashru Jones Sep 21
This is so highly deserved. are not only doing pioneering work in a really necessary field, but they are wonderful people who care about the lives they are impacting. Congratulations!
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Ruth Andoh-Baxter 12h
The Brain Tumour Charity gratefully scooped these two beauts at the Third Sector Awards on Thursday night. ‘Charity of the Year’ and ‘Best Annual Report’.
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Ethical Angel Sep 21
It's the and let's start it off by congratulating on "The Charity of the Year" awarded by ! Well deserved and continue to do amazing work! Read on -
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Dawn Coulter-Cruttenden 🦋 Sep 21
Genuinely thrilled about this. Congratulations - a testament to the groundbreaking work you do and the incredible support you give
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BeautifulReflections Sep 21
Replying to @BrainTumourOrg
🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 YES! Fantastic news.. 🥂 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Kerry Roe-Ely Sep 21
Very proud to work for this organisation
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rachael wynne Sep 21
I am SO happy that won Charity of the Year at the last night!! It's such a privilege to work at a charity where every single person is so passionate, fierce and kind all at the same time.
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Katie Mosses Sep 21
Thanks Ed, we couldn't do it without you and your brilliant team!
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Brain Tumour Charity Sep 19
Thank you to our trustee Berrie Norton who will be chairing our study day providing her perspective as both a patient and a mother personally affected by a brain tumour
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