Donate to Brain Tumour Ireland

Donate to Brain Tumour Ireland to support brain tumour patients and help to fund brain tumour research here in Ireland.

There are 3 ways to help:

 

1. Donate directly 

Bank: Bank of Ireland Naas
Account Name: Brain Tumour Ireland
Account Number: 15509678
Sort Code: 90-12-39

 

2. Donate through our page on Everydayhero.com

You can access our page here: https://nfp.everydayhero.com/ie/braintumourireland/

You can also set up your own page if you are running a specific fundraiser: https://give.everydayhero.com/ie/get-started

 

 

3. Text BTI to 50300 to donate €4

100% of your donation goes to Brain Tumour Ireland across most network operators. Some operators apply VAT which means a minimum of €3.25 will go to Brain Tumour Ireland. Service Provider LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 0766805278

 

 

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Mini Marathon 2016 for Brain Tumour Ireland

Thanks to all the ladies who walked, jogged and sprinted this year’s Mini Marathon in aid of Brain Tumour Ireland!

Over 70 women did this year’s Mini Marathon for us. We really enjoyed meeting with some of you at our get-together in D2 Harcourt Street on the day. It was great to meet your families and supporters too!

Thank you so much for choosing Brain Tumour Ireland as your charity for Mini Marathon 2016. Your support is vital to our work.

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Brain Tumour Ireland 10K & 5K Run Fundraiser

The annual Brain Tumour Ireland run / walk event to fundraise for our work in supporting brain tumour patients and their families, takes place on Sunday, 1st November in Corkagh Park Dublin.

This event forms part of  “Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours”, a project co-coordinated by the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA). We will donate the mileage covered in Corkagh Park to the IBTA’s “World Walk” target of circling the earth to raise awareness of brain tumours globally.

To help contribute to the mileage and donate to the work of Brain Tumour Ireland, come join us in Corkagh Park! See further information below:

When: Sunday, 1st November 2015

Where:  Corkagh Park, Clondalkin,  Dublin 22

Start time:   11:00am

Meet:  Car Park at St. John’s Grove entrance off Fonthill Road South (main entrance to Corkagh Park). Accessible by bus 68 or 69 from Aston Quay to Clondalkin.

Sign in & t-shirt pick up:  9.30 – 10.15am

Registration is available here or you can register on the day at Corkagh Park between 9.30 – 10.15am

  • 10k timed run €20 (Free technical race t-shirt with timing chip)
  • 5k timed run €15 (Free technical race t-shirt with timing chip)
  • 5k untimed run & walk €10 (Free t-shirt)


Facilities:

  • Bag/key drop off point
  • Toilets
  • Parking

Call for volunteers

Brain Tumour Ireland invites applications for two volunteer posts.

We are looking for a Volunteer Coordinator and an Information Officer to join our existing team of volunteers.

Further details can be found here:

Volunteer Coordinator

Information Officer

 

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Season’s Greetings

Season’s Greetings from Brain Tumour Ireland!   

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2014 has been a busy year for Brain Tumour Ireland.

We greatly enjoyed meeting you all at the Patient Wellness Days, the Carers’ Information Day, the Remembrance Service, the Dublin Mini Marathon, the RCSI Brain Tumour Awareness Masquerade Ball and our own fundraising run in Corkagh Park.

Many thanks for all your support for Brain Tumour Ireland this year. Here’s to another busy year in 2015!

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Brain Tumour Ireland 10k & 5k- Corkagh Park Dublin

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*** Check out all the photos from the day here ***

                                        * Full  race  results  here *

This is the third annual Brain Tumour Ireland run / walk event to fundraise for our work in supporting brain tumour patients and their families.

This event forms part of  “Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours”, a project co-coordinated by the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA). We will donate the mileage covered in Corkagh Park to the IBTA’s “World Walk” target of circling the earth to raise awareness of brain tumours globally.

To help contribute to the mileage and donate to the work of Brain Tumour Ireland, come join us in Corkagh Park! See further information below:

When: Sunday, 12th October 2014

Where:  Corkagh Park, Clondalkin,  Dublin 22

Start time:   11:00am

Meet:  Car Park at St. John’s Grove entrance off Fonthill Road South (main entrance to Corkagh Park). Accessible by bus 68 or 69 from Aston Quay to Clondalkin.

Sign in & t-shirt pick up:  9.30 – 10.15am

Register at:  

http://precisiontiming.primo-solutions.co.uk/ps/event/BrainTumourIreland10krun5kwalkCorkaghPark

  • 10k timed run €25 (Free technical race t-shirt with timing chip)
  • 5k timed run €15 (Free technical race t-shirt with timing chip)
  • 5k untimed run & walk €10 (Free t-shirt)


Facilities:

  • Bag/key drop off point
  • Toilets
  • Parking

Course Map:

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Event Sponsors:

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Brain Tumour Ireland at the Rose of Tralee

Brain Tumour Ireland are delighted to announce that our super supporter Michael Feeney has been chosen as an escort at this year’s Rose of Tralee Festival.

Rather than accept corporate sponsorship for his participation, Michael has instead opted to enter the Rose of Tralee at his own expense and promote Brain Tumour Ireland at the Festival.

Supporters of Brain Tumour Ireland might remember Michael as the man who survived on nothing but camel milk for seven days in aid of the charity earlier this year.

Keep an eye out for Michael at this year’s Rose of Tralee Festival between the 14th-20th August.

Fore more information please see here.

 

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The End of the Earth

Finisterre 0KM. Nowhere left to run!

Finisterre 0KM. Nowhere left to run!

I made it.

22 marathons to the end of the earth for Ronnie and Brain Tumour Ireland. It has been a tough 3 weeks, full of highs and lows but there was an overwhelming sense of relief to finally reach Finisterre with literally no where left to run.
At the "End of the Earth"

At the “End of the Earth”

It was physically and mentally demanding to get up and running every morning but the Camino seems to bring something out in people to dig deep and keep going.

I knew it wasn’t going to be easy but it was definitely worth it. Although the Camino had been a personal achievement, the real success was the amount of awareness generated for Brain Tumour Ireland through the outstanding support from everyone back home.

So from myself and on behalf of Brain Tumour Ireland I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has shown their support.