A day this gray never felt so bright
On May 27, we celebrate the efforts of our incredible volunteers and honor the lives of brain tumor patients and their caregivers. The National Day of Gray concludes a month of action, awareness, and support for the brain tumor community, and is a moment to reflect, remember, and appreciate all those who make change possible.
We’ll be showing our appreciation all day long on social media, so follow along and join the conversation. Come together with the community to share how you chose to #GoGrayinMay, and join us for an awards ceremony honoring our most dedicated volunteers and advocates.
One last chance to #GoGrayinMay
- Share your brain tumor experience with us by writing your personal story or sharing #GoGrayinMay graphics and messages on social media.
- Create a day-long fundraiser of your own to honor your loved one on the National Day of Gray.
- Visit our virtual Wall of Hope.
- Purchase Gray May merchandise, and all proceeds will go directly to our mission.
Ways To Support
Take part in the National Brain Tumor Walk and Race for Hope-DC, Head to the Hill, the National Brain Tumor Ride, and more events throughout the month of May.
Your voice matters. Raise awareness by sharing your story, and show others that they are not alone.
MAKE A GIFT
Your support is critical to ensuring the urgent, unmet needs of the brain tumor community continue to be heard and addressed. Thanks to the Sontag Foundation, gifts from first-time donors will be matched, up to $50,000, throughout Gray May. Current donors who increase their gift will also receive a match.