Farnborough-based The Brain Tumour Charity has been hand-selected by means of staff at Mondelēz International in Uxbridge to obtain a donation of £5,000.

The international purpose is dedicated to furthering remedies and progressing analysis into discovering treatments, and has been granted the really extensive determine because of The Cadbury Foundation, as section its ‘Your Charity Your Choice’ scheme.

The Brain Tumour Charity is predicated only on donations and fundraising with a view to impact trade in a space of most cancers remedy the place survival charges aren’t rising as abruptly as somewhere else. As smartly as analysis into treatments, it specializes in give a boost to for the ones not too long ago recognized, and is helping sufferers via their remedy.

Each 12 months, all Mondelēz International UK staff are invited to appoint wellbeing-related charities or tasks as regards to their hearts, with the overall shortlisted charities up for vote among fellow colleagues.

The Uxbridge website nominated The Brain Tumour Charity having noticed the paintings it does first-hand, following the prognosis of colleague, Rebecca Newton, in 2017. Following surgical treatment, and give a boost to from the charity, Rebecca is now again at paintings complete time having effectively completed remedy.

Commenting at the donation, Rebecca stated: “I’m really proud to paintings for Mondelēz International, they’ve supported me each and every step of the best way.

“This donation from The Cadbury Foundation is giving me the chance to make a difference, and I am so grateful to my colleagues for making this significant donation possible. A cure can’t wait, and with this donation we can take a step closer to it.”

The Cadbury Foundation was once arrange in 1935 in reputation of Richard and George Cadbury and their funding within the welfare in their staff and the local people.

Katie Mosses, company partnerships supervisor at The Brain Tumour Charity, stated: “We are vastly thankful for all of the give a boost to that Mondelēz International have given in elevating essential budget against analysis into mind tumours.

“We are committed to funding research that will increase survival and we will take every step necessary to improve the quality of life for everyone affected by brain tumours.”

Kelly Farrell, neighborhood affairs supervisor at Mondelēz International stated: “We are extraordinarily proud so to give a boost to the charities which might be essential to our staff via our ‘Your Charity Your Choice’ scheme.

“Rebecca’s journey has been inspirational to see, and everyone at Mondelēz International is thrilled to be able to help such a personal, and worthwhile charity.”