November MindMatters

#GivingTuesday is Tomorrow

This #GivingTuesday, the American Brain Tumor Association wants you to join us and the rest of the brain tumor community to put our brains together to raise funds for brain tumor research and patient services.

All donations made on #GivingTuesday will be generously matched, so this is the time to make the most impact with your gift.  First-time donors will be matched twice, so tell your friends and family to donate and triple their impact!

Get the word out.

If you’re interested in all the ways you can help us make this our most successful #GivingTuesday ever – whether via social media, holding an impromptu fundraising Casual for a Cause event or how to let everyone know the ways to donate – we’ve compiled a quick and easy toolkit.

Over the last 45 years, many individuals have contributed to the American Brain Tumor Association’s mission.  Experience their powerful stories and keep checking back as we build up to the 45 Faces shaping and being impacted by the brain tumor journey.

RESEARCHER / Priscilla Brastianos

Dr. Priscilla Brastianos explains the
importance of research funding provided
by the American Brain Tumor Association.


PIONEER / Don Segal

Don Segal got involved with the American
Brain Tumor Association back in 1975
when his 7-year-old son was diagnosed
with a malignant grade I-II Astrocytoma.


SURVIVOR / Aisha Khan

Aisha Khan shares her brain tumor
survival story and speaks on the
importance of donating to the
American Brain Tumor Association.


CAREGIVERS / Allie & Andi

Sisters Allie and Andi share their
brain tumor journey that began with
their mother’s glioblastoma diagnosis.