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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 103464
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
"In memory of Nuala and Hannah taken too soon xx"
Oonagh Mcgahan donated
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid
"My donation to a wonderful charity Brainwaves NI who have helped our family immensely. My donation is instead of sending and posting Christmas Cards."
Lynn Guest donated
"Christmas card sale, Una McDonald donated an extra £6 for her cards 😍"
Leigh Blair donated
£6.00 + £1.50 Gift Aid
"Please accept £41 from the sales of Christmas cards in Almac/Galen x"
£41.00 + £10.25 Gift Aid
"So sorry for your loss xx"
Clare Doherty donated
£5.00 + £1.25 Gift Aid
"Harper Adams University Rowing Club is proud to donate £450 for a charity that touches many hearts."
£450.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
Patrick McGonigle has raised $7,525.38 so far
I'm Around a dozen boys shaving our heads, in support for Patrick McGonigle because
Gillian Hunt has raised $7,515.63 so far
I'm In memory of Gordon for Gillian Hunt because he mattered
Brian Bogle has raised $2,909.20 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 $2,699.37 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 $2,517.60 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.
Karen Linnig has raised $2,315.54 so far
I'm Run in the Dark 10k at Stormont for Karen Linnig because