Head to the Hill • Washington DC • May 3 - 5, 2020

Think your voice doesn’t matter? That Congress never listens? Think again.

Brain tumor advocacy advances in the past decade have significantly improved research funding and patient care for our community. Government funding for brain tumor research has increased steadily and new bills were passed to support patients, families, and survivors.

Are you ready to make the 2020’s even more impactful than the 2010’s? Take the first step by learning more and registering for Head to the Hill 2020.


Event Details

Your participation in Head to the Hill will help policymakers better understand the critical and urgent needs of this community and the policies that are vital to ensuring availability of treatments, increased scientific research, and the discovery of a cure. LEARN MORE >


The Head to the Hill Experience

We’re so glad you’re considering joining us for this inspiring event. No prior experience is needed to take part in Head to the Hill as we’ll help prepare you to turn your already impactful story into an effective advocacy tool.

Travel Information

Hotel and travel information for joining us in Washington, DC. LEARN MORE >

Frequently Asked Questions

Would knowing more help you make your decision to join us? Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more detailed information on the event. LEARN MORE >

Scholarship Information

Scholarships are available for Head to the Hill 2020.


Statistics matter. People matter more.

We ask Congress to support the brain tumor community’s public policy priorities.
We do this because it’s important from members of Congress to hear directly from YOU, their constituents.
Real people, facing real issues. Your stories put a face to a disease and show policymakers the human impact of brain tumors.

We invite you to learn how past participants have effectively used their stories to drive change and encourage everyone
to share their story about their own Head to the Hill experience.

Dr. James Snyder

My Story

Jeremy Pivor

My Story

Perkins Family

Our Story