Add us in your will

Did you know that for many of the largest charities every £1 of every £3 raised comes from gifts people have left to the charity in their will?

Funding Neuro also depends on the generosity of our supporters who kindly donate to us throughout the year to fund the work we do. But a gift in your will can really transform our ability to drive forward our quest for new treatments and to find cures.

We strongly recommend that you think about making provision for your family and loved ones before you decide to leave a legacy to a charity. It is always a good idea for you to get impartial advice from a solicitor before you make important decisions about whom you want to remember in your will.

One reason you might choose to leave a legacy to a charity is that it’s a great way to make a real difference to the things you believe in for decades to come. A gift to us in your will might allow you to make a larger donation to us than you’re able to give during your lifetime. It means you can continue to help people overcome serious brain disorders now and well into the future.

Your will is a way of leaving a legacy not just of money but of new treatments and improved lives.

If you would to find out more about how you can benefit Funding Neuro by remembering us in your will, please contact

Gift in memory

A powerful way of supporting our vision of a better future for those suffering from serious brain disorders is to make a gift in memory of a loved one.

But it’s not just about us. Celebrating and commemorating the life of a family member, friend or colleague can be for many people a particularly comforting and positive way of dealing with their loss. If this is something that feels right for you, we would love to hear from you.

Our Daisy Fund was set up by the family of Daisy Brooks who sadly passed away from DIPG in 2014. Daisy was one of the first children to receive experimental CED treatment for her tumour. Money raised in Daisy’s memory has been crucial. Enabling us to bring the day when we have an effective treatment for DIPG so much closer.

Whether you’d like to talk about setting up a long-term memorial fund for your loved-one or think about asking family and friends to contribute to a funeral collection, please feel free to contact us at

Funding Neuro will offer you any support and advice we can about a gift in memory with the greatest sensitivity. You can be sure your gift will help build a brighter future for countless patients for many years to come.

Daisy Brooks

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