Sponsorship: Greater Impact!
With your sponsorship, the American Brain Tumor Association can have an even greater impact on the brain tumor community. Our mission: to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors with the goals of improving, extending and, ultimately, saving the lives of those impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis.
Reach out now to Debbie Robins, our director of corporate and foundation relations. She’ll work with you to find the best opportunities for your company or organization.
Debbie Robins, CFRE
Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations
From our nation-wide Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K Run & Walk, to patient-centered programs like our annual National Conference, we have an array of opportunities for you to engage with the brain tumor community.
The premier annual event for brain tumor patients, survivors, families, presented by nationally-recognized brain tumor experts and healthcare professionals. Whether in-person, virtual (or both), sponsorship is a great way to get your brand in front of this niche audience. Every conference is also recorded and available on our YouTube channel.
BT5K Run & Walk
With nine in-person events across the US and a virtual component, the Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K (BT5K) is a dynamic opportunity to reach a diverse audience of thousands.
MindMatters: ABTA E-newsletter
Advertise in our e-newsletter and reach 60,000+ influential and loyal subscribers. MindMatters is a trusted source for the latest information on brain tumor stories, news, treatment and research.
ABTA Webinar Series
Our annual series of webinars features topics of interest to the brain tumor community, from brain surgery and neuro-psychiatric treatment, to clinical trials and survivorship. All webinars are archived on our YouTube channel, with thousands of viewers.
Patient & Family Meetings
Whether in-person or virtual, our series of Patient & Family Meetings provides critical brain tumor treatment and research information from leading medical institutions — and a vital opportunity for brain tumor patients and their families to interact and engage. Meetings are archived on our YouTube channel, with viewership in the hundreds.