About Us

If you have experience of a brain tumour diagnosis made before the age of 25, then we are your voice, and your support. Lifelong.

We offer a growing range of support services including our ‘unfocused group’ where survivors find community, through to our more formal support services, such as peer mentoring, our conferences and roadshows.

Children with brain tumours account for a third of total cancer diagnosis’ in children. Every year, over 1000 young people are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and 80% of them are deemed cured 5 years later. Many of those deemed to be cured are left with significant brain recovery needs.

We are the only UK charity campaigning for all brain recovery needs to be part of cure.

We receive no state aid, and rely totally on the generosity of our supporters.

2024 Success Conference

The 2024 Success annual conference is being held at 1 Wimpole Street in London on the 2nd March 2024.

Our conference is the perfect event for survivors (and their families) to share their stories, have their voices heard, and hear about the latest thinking, both during cure and rehabilitation.

Our conference is also the perfect event for professionals working with anyone who experienced a brain tumour before their 25th birthday. Professionals share their approaches, have their voices heard, and are able to engage with our survivor community.

This year our conference theme is: ‘Successful Destinations’.

 

We receive no state aid.

We rely on the generosity of our supporters to meet or running costs, which are around £250 per day.

Click here to find our how to support us 

We are engaging with our survivor community in a project to enable them to share their voices.

Click here to access a growing number of blog posts on Survivorship.

SUCCESSFUL TRANSITIONS was the theme for our first ever Success Autumn Roadshow which was held at Birmingham Aston University on the 21st October 2023.

Click here to find out more about this event.

This summer you have shown your support for Success by throwing your self out of aeroplanes, shaving heads and having fun…

Click here to find out more about the summer of ’23 

We have asked one of our Survivor community to share the discussion she would have, if she was invited to lunch at No 10 Downing Street

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Grace's Story

Grace was 9 years old when she was diagnosed with a Meningioma.

Here, Grace tells her powerful story, from diagnosis to becoming a paediatric nurse.