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    In the current COVID-19 crisis our work continues and is more important than ever. Find out how Team Tom is adapting ...

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    There's always lots going on and plenty of opportunities to show your support...

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  • Why do these children need support?<br>
    Why do these children need support?
    A Clinical Psychologist is an integral part of the multi-disciplinary team...

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  • Volunteer for Tom's Trust,<br>Your support means so much
    Volunteer for Tom's Trust,
    Your support means so much
    Our volunteers are the key to our success, and for that, we thank you.

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  • Why do these children need support?
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Tom’s Trust is dedicated to providing psychological support for children with brain tumours and their families.


Tom’s Trust was founded in 2011 by Andrew and Debs Whiteley after losing Tom, their only son at the age of nine. Tom died of a brain tumour and the family desperately needed more psychological support during this devastating time, and there was almost none. Debs and Andrew set out to ensure that psychological support for children and their families would be available from the point of diagnosis in Tom’s name.

  • Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children under the age of 15
  • Around 400 children in the UK are diagnosed with a brain tumour every year

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