Give some real hope this Christmas

My seven-year-old son James will be just as excited opening his Christmas gifts this year as any other child his age. But a special gift from you could mean so much more.

James was only three when he was diagnosed with a pilocytic astrocytoma tumour which commonly affects children. Your gift today could help James and many more like him.

On this page you can view three projects that are being championed by Lewis, Emelia, Katy and Rebecca. Please support one or more of the projects if you can.

On behalf of James, and all the others in need of hope, thank you.

Natalie Copping

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How common are 
brain tumours?

Each year in the UK, approximately 4,300 people are diagnosed with low grade, slow growing brain tumours and 5,000 with high grade, fast growing brain tumours.

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