Join in or Support Us With A Donation -  Bradt's Brains Are Back!

We are part of the movement to end brain tumours and hope you will support us and the Bradt's Brains team in this Canada-wide effort to put a stop to this disease.

Those who know us, may remember that Rick is a brain tumour survivor himself, having had three brain surgeries between 2000 & 2004 to remove a pituitary macro adenoma. He is one of the fortunate ones who now lives a normal life. Many brain tumour patients are not nearly as fortunate, living with various disabilities, sometimes very severe. Others don't live too long after diagnosis. Many patients are young kids. Rick's mother was diagnosed with a non-malignant brain tumour two years ago - so far, she's doing well and walked with Bradt's Brains as a survivor in last year's Windsor Walk. Please Come Along as a team member or as a donor.Your help is appreciated more than you know.

Every day 27 Canadians learn they have a brain tumour.By signing up for a 2018 Brain Tumour Walk, we're making a commitment to end brain tumours and to help provide the essential information and support that every person diagnosed deserves.

All money raised through Brain Tumour Walks strengthen the national movement to end this life-changing disease and bring hope to individuals and families across the country:

This year, Rick and I will be in the Netherlands and aren't able to be there.  However, we'd love to have you join Bradt's Brains and walk in the Windsor event on June 9th, having some fun and raising some money for BTFC. We  have another great team this year!  Our team goal is to raise $500 this year.  That's done.  You can help put it over $1,000.

If you can't make it to the Walk, you can support us or any of the Bradt's Brains team members, with a donation. Large or small, every donation makes a difference.

Hope for progress in discovering the cause of brain tumours.

Hope for better treatments for every child and adult diagnosed.

And most of all, the hope for a cure.

Thank you for supporting Bradt's Brains, and more importantly, for helping the 55,000 Canadians who live with a brain tumour today.

Thanks for your support,

Connie Bradt, Team Captain