There are so many ways you can help make a difference in the lives of patients and families today.
Don your favourite grey shirts, pants, hats, nail polish… anything and everything to #TurnMayGrey.
Join the fundraising effort and encourage your family and friends to do the same. Your generosity helps provide programs and services for brain tumour patients and their loved ones, and funds life-changing research.
Share your story about how you helped Turn May Grey, or tag us @BrainTumourFdn on social media with #TurnMayGrey.
Interested in fundraising during Brain Tumour Awareness Month?
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Do you want to raise funds for brain tumour research, programs and services but don’t know where to start?
Our all-new Your Way to #EndBrainTumours platform provides everything you need to be successful. Choose from our list of ideas or create something unique, build your web page in our simple to use menu, and start fundraising immediately.
Our cause is the same – find the cause of and cure for brain tumours – but our ways to get there are boundless.Do it Your Way today.
Some great ways you can raise brain tumour awareness from home.
These fundraisers are easy to set up, and a great way to help us continue the work we are doing on behalf of the entire brain tumour community. All funds raised through Facebook fundraisers goes toward the area of greatest need at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Learn more.
Be an influencer
Use a custom frame to show your support for brain tumour awareness. On facebook, just search frames and search Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. On Twitter, use Twibbon to update your profile picture.
Be an advocate
Write a letter to the editor of your local print or online news publication and raise awareness about the need for more research into the cause and cure for brain tumours.
Register now to connect with our community across Canada June 27 to celebrate and support everyone affected by a brain tumour including our survivors, caregivers, health care professionals and researchers.
This pandemic has been hard on our brain tumour community, which is why it is so important to come together as individuals and as a nation to support each other.
Register as a team or an individual with your closest Brain Tumour Walk city, or as part of our national movement! Help raise awareness during May, and get signed up today.
Every person diagnosed with a brain tumour will have different symptoms and their own journey to a diagnosis. While some people do not develop symptoms that would indicate a tumour, others may have symptoms that worsen over time eventually leading to a diagnosis. Others still may feel perfectly fine but experience a sudden onset of symptoms, such as a seizure, which leads to a quick and unexpected tumour diagnosis.
The following is a list of common symptoms which, alone or combined, can be caused by a brain tumour (malignant or non-malignant):
If you or someone you care about experiences any of these symptoms, please consult your doctor.
A downloadable pdf of signs and symptoms, and pediatric signs and symptoms can be found here.