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Support Us

Your donations enable CBR to help children like Reuben. Reuben is one of many thousands of children throughout the UK who are diagnosed with rare neurological disorders every year. Please help us today by making a gift for their future.

How to donate

There are a number of ways to donate to CBR

  • By cheque: please make cheques payable to Child Brain Research and send to:
    Child Brain Research, The Coach House, Rear of 22 Chorley New Road, Bolton
    BL1 4AP
  • Online: please go to www.justgiving.com/childbrainresearch
    and follow the simple instructions.
  • By phone: Text REUB11 and the amount (for example £10) and send to 70070.
  • By shopping: With Easyfundraising

Make your donation go further with Gift Aid

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can use Gift Aid to make your donation worth even more at no extra cost to yourself. For every pound you give us, we get an extra 25 pence from the Inland Revenue. If you are sending a cheque, please download and complete our Gift Aid form and post with your cheque, or email info@childbrainresearch.org.uk to send you a form –  Gift Aid is automatically added to online donations.

How we help

Because CBR is providing generic support applicable to a wide range of research projects, very substantial results can be achieved with modest sums, when compared to many other areas of research funding. The generosity of individual donors, companies, and community groups makes it possible for us to tackle the needs of children today and lead the way to tomorrow’s cures.

“Our son, Reuben, has a rare condition called West Syndrome which is a form of epilepsy. As Reuben has grown older, it has become more apparent how his epilepsy is, and will in the future, affect him. The condition affects every part of his development, for example his speech is very limited. He can say about half a dozen words since birth. His developmental age is about 18 months. His vision is also badly affected by brain damage (which has caused the epilepsy). Reuben has also been diagnosed with Autism. Many other children are likewise affected by rare neurological conditions, and we would like to try to help to raise awareness of the need to raise funds for this vital research.”