OUR ALLIANCE

The IBTA is led by people with first-hand experience of living with a brain tumour. The list below of our supporters gives a sense of the IBTA’s extensive reach and the notable work our members do. This can be in the most challenging of environments, for example where healthcare, medicines and equipment for brain tumour treatments and care do not exist, are in short supply or not accessible equitably. We know that by working together with other organisations and initiatives we can achieve more.

Map of supporters and the

IBTA's Brain Tumour magazine distribution

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Green = countries of the world where brain tumour patient and caregiver advocacy organisations that work with the IBTA are located. Clicking / tapping on a green pin marker will zoom in and show links to the organisations located in the country.

Yellow and green = countries of the world where the IBTA's Brain Tumour magazine is distributed

Plus / Minus = zoom in / out. Click and drag the map to move when zoomed in.

Map explanation:

The map shows countries of the world in green where brain tumour patient and caregiver advocacy organisations that work with the IBTA are located.  The IBTA also distributes its free magazine, Brain Tumour, in 113 countries, including those where its supporters are based. Brain Tumour magazine reaches deep into the international brain tumour community and covers stories from patients, family members, carers, healthcare specialists, researchers, scientists and professional societies. Between 13,000 and 14,000 thousand copies of Brain Tumour magazine are printed and approximately 10,000 are mailed for free directly to contacts on the IBTA’s unique database. The remainder of the magazines are distributed at scientific and patient conferences throughout the year. Countries where the IBTA magazine is distributed are indicated in yellow on the map and the magazine is also sent to our supporting organisations and thousands of individuals located in countries noted in green.

IBTA SUPPORTERS

A Kid's Brain Tumour Cure (AKBTC) (previously Pediatric Low Grade Astrocytoma Foundation) (United States) ● Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure (United States) ● ACT Brain Tumour Network (Australia) ● Addi’s Faith Foundation (United States) ● Adult Brain Cancer Support Association of South Australia ● Adult Ependymoma (United States) ● AITC - Associazione Italiana Tumori Cerebrali ONLUS (Italy) ● Ali's Dream (United Kingdom) ● Alinoe (France) ● American Brain Tumor Association ● Andrew McCartney Trust Fund (United Kingdom) ● Angels Among Us (United States) ● Anna’s Hope (United Kingdom) ● ARTC Paris (France) ● ARTC Sud (France) ● Association Léa Princesse Eternelle (France) ● Association of People Affected by Brain Tumors in Spain - ASATE (Spain) ● Associazione Italiana di Neuro-Oncologia - AINO (Italy) ● Associazione Italiana Tumori Cerebrali ONLUS (Italy) ● Astro Brain Tumour Fund (United Kingdom) ● Australian Pituitary Foundation ● B-Strong (Canada) ● b.r.a.i.n.child (Brain Tumour Research, Assistance and Information Network – Canada) ● BC Cancer Agency (Canada) ● Belgian Brain Tumour Support (BBTS) ● Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation (United States) ● Benny’s World (United States) ● Beyin Tumori Tedavisi (Turkey) ● Brad Kaminsky Foundation (United States) ● Brain and Spine Foundation (United Kingdom) ● Brain Candy Project (United States) ● Brain Science Foundation (United States) ● Brain Trekking (Hong Kong) ● Brain Tumor Epidemiology Consortium ● Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Brain Tumor Foundation for Children (United States) ● Brain Tumor Fund for the Carolinas (United States) ● Brain Tumor Support Group of Northeast Florida (USA) ● Brain Tumour Action (Scotland) ● Brain Tumour AhoyHoy (Australia) ● Brain Tumour Alliance Australia ● Brain Tumour Association (Western Australia) ● Brain Tumour Bank South West (BRASH) ● Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada ● Brain Tumour Foundation of India ● Brain Tumour Foundation South Africa ● Brain Tumour Ireland ● Brain Tumour North West – BTNW (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Research (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Research and Support Across Yorkshire (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Research Campaign – BTRC (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Research Group - University of Bristol (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Society (Singapore) ● Brain Tumour Support (United Kingdom) ● Brain Tumour Support Group, St Thomas’ Hospital, London (United Kingdom) ● Braincare BC, British Columbia Cancer Agency (Canada) ● Brainchild Foundation (Australia) ● BrainLife (Italy) ● BrainLife (Web-based) ● BrainLink Services (Australia) ● Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky (United States) ● Brains Together for a Cure (United States) ● Brainstrust (United Kingdom) ● Brainwaves (Northern Ireland) ● Brainwaves Brain Tumour Support Group (United Kingdom) ● Brian Bedell 2 Young Foundation (United States) ● British Acoustic Neuroma Association (United Kingdom) ● BT Buddies (United Kingdom) ● BT Survivor group (United States) ● California Brain Tumor Association (United States) ● Can ce Tu (Belgium) ● Cancer Council Australia ● Cancer Council Queensland Brain Tumour Support Group (Australia) ● Cancer Research and Communications Organization (Kenya) ● Cancer World ● Capitulo de Neurocirugia Oncologica de la Federacion Latinoamericana de Sociedades de Neurocirugia – FLANC (Latin America) ● Capitulo de Neurooncologia y Base de Craneo de la Asociacion Colombiana de Neurocirugia - ACNCx (Colombia) ● Catalan Institute of Oncology (Spain) ● Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States (CBTRUS) ● Central New Jersey Brain Tumor Support Group - CNJBTSG (United States) ● Centre de Recherche Public de la Sante - CRP-Sante - Luxembourg ● Centre for Analysis of Rare Tumors - CART-WHEEL.org (Australia) ● CHANCE (CHildren AgaiNst CancEr) Association (Lebanon) ● Charles Warren Brain Tumor Awareness Foundation (United States) ● Charlie's Challenge (United Kingdom) ● Childhood Brain Tumour Association of Taiwan (CBTA) ● Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre Nottingham (UK) ● Childrens Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Chinese University of Hong Kong Otto Wong Brain Tumour Centre ● Chordoma Foundation (United States) ● Chris Elliot Fund for Glioblastoma Brain Tumor (United States) ● Clinica Chicamocha de Bucaramanga (Colombia) ● Clinical Trials and Noteworthy Treatments for Brain Tumors (web based) ● Clowns in the Sky (United Kingdom) ● Collaborative Ependymoma Research Network (CERN) Foundation (United States) ● Cullather Brain Tumor Quality of Life Center (USA) ● Cure Brain Cancer Foundation (Australia) ● Cyprus Brain Tumour Association (CBTA) ● Deutsche Hirntumorhilfe eV (Germany) ● Dr Marnie Rose Foundation (United States) ● East Kent Brain Tumour Support Group (UK) ● Ed Evans Foundation (United Kingdom) ● Edinburgh Centre for Neuro-Oncology (United Kingdom) ● Ellie's Fund (Previously Ellie Savage Memorial Trust) (United Kingdom) ● Emory Brain Tumor Support Group (United States) ● Ependyparents online support group (United States) ● Epidermoid Brain Tumour Society (United States) ● European Cancer Patient Coalition ● European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) ● Fighting Ependymoma ● Fitzy's 5 km Run/Walk (United States) ● Florida Brain Tumor Association (United States) ● GEINO (Spanish Group for Investigation in Neuro-Oncology) ● Gerry and Nancy Pencer Brain Tumor Centre (Canada) ● GFME (France) ● GLIA (Croatia) ● Gray Matters Foundation (United States) ● Grey Matters (Australia) ● Gris Positivo (El Salvador) ● Head for the Cure Foundation (United States) ● Headcase (United Kingdom) ● Healing Exchange Brain Trust (United States) ● Hersenletsel.nl (The Netherlands) ● Hersentumor.nl (The Netherlands) ● Hjernesvulstforeningen (Norway) ● HjernetumorForeningen (Denmark) ● Il Fondo di Gio ONLUS (Italy) ● Imagine for Margot (France) ● IRENE Onlus (Italy) ● Irish Brain Tumour Support Group ● Italia - Glioblastoma Multiforme - cancro al cervello (Italy) ● Jacob's Hope Foundation for Brain tumours and other cancers (Cameroon) ● Japan Pediatric Brain Tumor Network ● Jeffrey Thomas Hayden Foundation (United States) ● Joe di Palma Brain Tumor Foundation (Canada) ● Just One More Day (United States) ● Kartu Lengviau (Lithuania) ● Katie McKerracher Trust (United Kingdom) ● Kevin J Mullin Memorial Fund for Brain Tumor Research (United States) ● Kinderkrebs Schweiz (Switzerland) ● Kings Health Partners Neuro-Oncology Service - Kings College Hospital and Guys and St Thomas Foundation Trust (UK) ● Korean Brain Tumor Society ● Kortney Rose Foundation (United States) ● League Against Cancer, County PGZ-Rijeka (Croatia) ● Legacy Brain Foundation (United States) ● Levi's Star Children's Brain Tumour Charity (United Kingdom) ● Liverpool Hospital Brain Tumour Education and Support Group (Australia) ● Making Headway (United States) ● Mark Linder Walk for the Mind (United States) ● mASS Kickers (United States) ● Matthew Larson Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Foundation (United States) ● Matthew’s Miles (United States) ● Meagan's Walk: Creating a Circle of Hope (Canada) ● Medical University of Vienna, Neurooncology Team (Austria) ● Meningioma Mommas (United States) ● Meningioma UK (United Kingdom) ● Michael G. Belz Foundation (United States) ● Michael Quinlan Brain Tumor Foundation (now amalgamated with the Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky) (United States) ● Monmouth and Ocean County Brain Tumor Support Group (United States) ● Multicultural Communities Council Gold Coast (Australia) ● Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc (United States) ● Naseem's Manx Brain Tumour Charity (Isle of Man) ● National Brain Tumor Society (United States) ● National Hospital Development Foundation (UK) ● Neuro-Oncology Information Network - NOgIN (Australia) ● Neurooncological Section of the Argentine Society of Cancerology ● Neurosurgical Simulation Research Centre – Montreal (Canada) ● Newro Foundation (Australia) ● Nick Gonzalez Foundation for Brain Tumor Research (United States) ● Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Oligocyte Bretagne Ouest (France) ● Oscar's Angels (France) ● Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Philippines Brain Tumour Alliance ● PPR Foundation (United Kingdom) ● Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke (United States) ● Rainbows and Smiles (South Africa) ● Robert Connor Dawes Fund (Australia) ● ROC On! Run Over Cancer (United States) ● Romanian Society of Radiotherapy and Medical Oncology ● San Diego Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Seve Ballesteros Foundation Brain Tumor Group ● Society for Neuro-Oncology - SNO ● Sontag Foundation (United States) ● Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation (United States) ● Spinal Cord Tumour Forum (United Kingdom) ● STOPhersentumoren.nl (The Netherlands) ● Students Supporting Brain Tumor Research - SSBTR (United States) ● Swedish Brain Tumor Association (Svenska hjärntumörföreningen) ● Sydney Neuro-Oncology Group North Shore Private Hospital (Australia) ● Tali's Fund (Canada) ● Taylan’s Project (United Kingdom) ● Team Billy (United States) ● Teenage Cancer Trust (United Kingdom) ● The Alicia Pueyo Fund Fondo Alicia Pueyo (Spain) ● The Andrew McCartney Trust Fund for Brain Tumour Research (UK) ● The Brain Tumour Charity - Ben Sambrook Fund (UK) ● The Brain Tumour Charity (United Kingdom) ● The Caroline Fund (United States) ● The Cure Starts Now Foundation (United States) ● The Indian Society of Neuro Oncology - ISNO ● The Tanner Seebaum Foundation (United States) ● Thorne Mason Trust (United Kingdom) ● Tuberous Sclerosis Association (United Kingdom) ● Tug McGraw Foundation (United States) ● Turkiye Beyin Tumoru Hasta ve Yakinlari Dernegi (Brain Tumour Patient & Caregivers' Association of Turkey) ● United Brain Tumour Support (Australia) ● Universidad de Santander – UDES (Spain) ● Victorian Race Walking Club (Australia) ● Voices Against Brain Cancer (United States) ● Walk for Kate and Blankets for Brains (United States) ● We Can Pediatric Brain Tumor Network (United States) ● Werkgroep Hersentumoren (Belgium) ● WNC BTS (United States) ● Worcestershire Brain Tumour Support Group (United Kingdom) ● Zimbabwe Brain Tumour Association (ZBTA)

(Please note: for an organisation or group to be a "supporter" of the International Brain Tumour Awareness Week and the Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours, the IBTA requires no financial commitment or fee to be paid to us by you.  All we ask is for your enthusiasm in supporting and promoting these events and allowing your organisation's name to be added to our list of supporters on our website and in our annual magazine and other such publications.)

Organisations wishing to be listed as supporters of the IBTA's 2016 International Brain Tumour Awareness Week and the Walk Around the World for Brain Tumours should contact: chair@theibta.org