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Brainwaves NI is the only brain tumour charity in Northern Ireland dedicated to providing support and information to all those people affected by a brain tumour.
All funds raised are used directly to provide the Charity’s vital Support activities and to fund brain tumour research. Reg: NIC103464
Brainwaves N.I. Registered charity number Northern Ireland
Brainwaves NI has launched the DIPG Angels Fund to give kids a fighting chance against the deadliest Kids Brain Cancer - Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma - which currently has a 0% survival rate
"Harper Adams University Rowing Club is proud to donate £450 for a charity that touches many hearts."
£450.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"In loving memory of Anita Yadav, from Primary 5 at Donegall Road Primary School."
Donegall Road Primary School donated
£30.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"In loving memory of David McClean. Remembered as a true gentleman, loved and missed by many."
£200.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Donation instead of Christmas Cards....x"
SHARON STRONGE donated
£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid
Brian Caldwell donated
£20.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Christmas card donation x"
christine forbes donated
Patrick McGonigle has raised $7,625.56 so far
I'm Around a dozen boys shaving our heads, in support for Patrick McGonigle because
Gillian Hunt has raised $7,449.91 so far
I'm In memory of Gordon for Gillian Hunt because he mattered
Linda Boylan has raised $3,141.72 so far
I'm For the brave brain tumour patients & their family for Linda Boylan because They support local NI patients & their families
Brian Bogle has raised $2,947.93 so far
I'm We are playing a charity football match for Brian Bogle because we want to remember PD Finlay and raise money.
Aimee Bradley has raised $2,735.31 so far
I'm My family are having a sponsored walk for Aimee Bradley because Of the kindness shown to Emma Grimes and family.
Mark Griffiths has raised $2,551.12 so far
I'm This page has been set up by Martin's colleagues for Mark Griffiths because he was a great friend who'll be missed.