Young Adults Service

Funding Support to Improve Lives

Going through treatment for a brain tumour can be incredible stressful and isolating. We know that receiving a brain tumour diagnosis, or learning of a loved one’s diagnosis, is a life-changing event and support is vital at this time.

Working with The Brain Tumour Charity, The Lewis Moody Foundation is helping to fund their Young Adults Service. Directed at those aged between 16-30 living with a brain tumour, the service is specifically designed to help those transitioning through adolesence. Providing key information regarding topics such as higher education, employment and independent living, the team are a vital tool for Young Adults affected within the community.

If you would like support from our dedicated team please email [email protected] or get in contact via phone on 0808 800 0004 and ask for The Young Adults Service.

Young Adult Meet Ups 

As part of our funding for the Young Adults Service The Foundation is proud to co-host The Brain Tumour Charities Young Adult Meet Ups. If you are aged between 16-30 and living with a brain tumour diagnosis then join us at one of our Young Adult Meet Ups. A fun day out hosted by The Brain Tumour Charity, they are an oppurtunity for you to meet new people who understand what you are going through. Everyone is welcome, you can even bring a family member, friend or partner as your plus one. We’re an informal and friendly bunch and the events are a fantastic way to join our community, share your story with others, or simply enjoy a relaxed day out.

The events are free to attend, we ask that you register in advance so that we know how many people to expect and wouldn’t want anyone to miss out.

Please don’t worry about…


  • Money. The day is free to attend and lunch will be provided free of charge.
  • Not making friends. We guarantee you will, everyone is in a similar boat and understands your situation so you’re sure to make friends. Plus, our friendly team are there to help too.
  • Fatigue. You’ll be surrounded by people who understand and if there’s anything you don’t want to do, or if you just want some time to relax, that’s 100% okay!
  • Not being good at the activities. This is a relaxed space of supportive peers where it’s not the winning but the taking part (and having fun) that counts.
  • Coming alone. You’re welcome to bring a plus-one, however, you’re sure to meet lots of people so don’t worry if you do come alone; you soon won’t be!

If you have any questions please contact the Young Adults Team on [email protected].