This spring, here’s a reason to stay on mute.
There are more people in the UK living with a neurological condition than cancer, heart disease, or diabetes, but you wouldn't know it. One-in-six people are affected by at least one neurological condition – that is over 13 million people. Join our sponsored silence to support people living with a neurological condition. Together, let’s block out our calendars, enjoy uninterrupted focus time and raise funds through silence.Find out more
Richard came to the Brain and Spine Foundation after his mother, Pauline, suffered a subarachnoid brain haemorrhage (SAH) during the pandemic.
Gavin was diagnosed with a brain tumour which caused sight loss of 75%.
Creativity celebrated during Brain Awareness Week 2021
Thank you to everyone who submitted a creative piece for Brain Awareness Week.
Our new digital app, NeuroLifeNow, launches today
NeuroLifeNow is a digital tool designed to encourage people with neurological conditions to share their experiences
Virtual Events take centre stage this year
2020 was a strange year for events, with cancellations and postponements, but the Brain & Spine Foundation was able to adapt to the new climate. Our biggest achievements this year were the Virtual Christmas Quiz and the Virtual London Marathon race. We are overwhelmed by the support from our community and supporters, thank you for all you do for us!