Grey May Awareness Month Fundraising

How to Fundraise for Grey May

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GO Grey in May 2022 - Raising Brain Tumour Awareness

Brain tumours kill more adults under 40 than any other cancer.

That is why the NRF is committed to investing in innovative new brain tumour research – to help find better treatments and improve quality of life and survival outcomes for brain tumour patients, right here in South Australia.

Show your support this may:

1. Donate to our Grey May Appeal here

2. Show your suppport by purchasing a personal Grey May Badge click the link below to purchase:

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Purchase your badge here

3. Star of Hope

Make a donation and purchase a star in memory of a loved one or in recognition of a loved one living with a brain tumour

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4. Fundraise for brain tumour research

Set up your own fundraiser for Brain Tumour Research in Grey May

  • Run a Marathon
  • Host a morning tea
  • Have a bake sale
  • Movie night

Fundraise here

Prof Stuart Pitson is the NRF Chair of Brain Tumour Research and Head of the Molecular Therapeutics Laboratory at the Centre for Cancer Biology (a partnership between the University of South Australia and SA Pathology). He said:

"Now it is up to you. You can make a real difference to children and adults with brain cancer. With your support, the NRF can fund these new PhD positions and continue to focus our efforts on innovative brain tumour research here in South Australia.”

Please donate now - thank you.

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