Our Events

Events

Join us for a Walk, Race, Ride, or Freeze

You can make a difference in the fight against brain tumors by participating in our walks, races, and rides across the country or hosting your own community event.

Gray Nation Endurance

Gray Nation Endurance

Join the National Brain Tumor Society’s Gray Nation by selecting a race or endurance activity of your choice to celebrate a survivor, pay tribute to a family member or friend who battled a brain tumor, or make an overall difference in the fight against brain tumors. Fundraise and participate in your race or activity as an individual or get a team together to create a deeper impact.

Lend your voice

Head to the Hill

Each year, we encourage advocates from all 50 states to attend Head to the Hill, so that each and every state is represented and so all Members of Congress can meet with and learn about the issues that face the brain tumor community. In 2018, 38 states and the District of Columbia were represented at Head to the Hill. Registration is open now for Head to the Hill, which will take place May 3 – 5, 2020 in Washington, DC.

From the Blog

  • May 6, 2020

    Sights & Sounds of Head to the Hill 2020

    More than 1,300 brain tumor advocates flooded Congress with 4,567 messages asking for increased funding for brain tumor research National Brain Tumor Society’s Head to the Hill is the brain tumor community’s signature annual advoca

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  • April 24, 2020

    From the CEOs Desk: Spring 2020 Update and Plans

      Dear NBTS Community, Shortly after reports of coronavirus outbreaks emerged across the country in early March, NBTS provided an update to our community detailing plans to move all of our activities and events scheduled through June 2020 to virtual platforms. While we were saddened by the thought of not being able to connect — […]

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  • April 17, 2020

    Introducing the NBTS Personalized Support and Navigation Program

    For years, the National Brain Tumor Society has offered our assistance to patients and caregivers who’ve reached out in need of support, guidance, and/or other resources to help navigate a brain tumor diagnosi

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