We are delighted to announce that Tom’s Trust have been nominated as Cambridge Building Society’s AGM partner for 2018. We are delighted to partner with our local building society and are very grateful for the £1230 they have donated which will make a huge impact on the children and their families affected by a brain […]
Just before Christmas Tom’s Trust were presented with a cheque from the Cambridge branch of Nationwide for £5,000. Approximately 39 children are diagnosed with a brain tumour each year in the East of England and this money is fantastic as it will allow each one of those children to receive an initial psychological assessment. Nationwide have […]
The Tom’s Trust volunteers were out in force in December and by helping to pack bags during the busy Christmas period at Tescos in Saffron Walden they raised a fantastic £992.57. A huge thanks to everyone who helped on the day and also to Joe Higham for capturing the wonderful Christmas spirit on the day.
Tom’s Trust have been selected as one of the three groups shortlisted to be awarded either £4,000, £2,000 or £1,000. The money is raised from carrier bag sales in Tesco stores. Voting is open in the Ely Tesco Store during September and October. Shoppers can cast their vote by using a token given to them […]
Researchers have found there are seven types of the most common malignant child brain cancer – paving the way for more precise and ‘kinder’ treatments. Medulloblastoma affects about 70 to 80 children a year in the UK and requires intensive treatment including surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. That can leave children with life-altering injuries. The breakthrough, […]
In 2007 a group of anglers formed Cambridge Charity Fundraisers supporting local charities. This group of fishermen and women continue to run fishing matches as well as an annual dinner. This year they chose Tom’s Trust and we are thrilled to announce they have raised an amazing £11,000 for us! Their dinner, held at Quy Mill […]
Our Patron, leading neuro-surgeon, Helen Fernandes appeared recently on the BBC Radio Cambridge afternoon show with Jeremy Sallis. Speaking passionately about the group of children we support her eloquence portrays just how vital our service is. Hear her interview here