Here are ways you can provide hope

Showing your support for members of the brain tumor community is simple. We are a not-for-profit 501(c)3, as well as a public charity, and donations made to the SBTF are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. There are a plethora of ways in which you can provide hope, view them below and select where to make your gift to the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation. The Foundation accepts gifts by cash, check, credit card, electronic check and securities. Don't forget to verify if your employer matches gifts! (SBTF EIN 58-2166144)

All donations may be made in tribute to, memory of, or honor of a loved one.

Make a General Donation to the SBTF

General donations are used at the Foundation's discretion to fulfill the SBTF's mission to improve the quality of life for brain tumor patients and their families and to raise funds for brain tumor research so that a cure can be found. Donors are able to donate in memory of or honor of a loved one.

Race for Research

Donate to the Race for Research event, a team, an individual, or register to join us! Learn more at or download info on how to mail in your RFR donation. Funds raised are used for brain tumor research grants.

Muddy Duck Dash

Donate to the Muddy Duck Dash event, a team, and individual, or join us! Learn more at or download info on how to mail in your MDD donation. Funds raised are used for brain tumor research grants.

Patient Initiatives

Offer an act of kindness to the brain tumor community. Funds donated are used to host support groups, offer meal options, treatment care bags, grocery delivery and offset treatment transportation expenses.

Voices of Hope Scholarship

Support students who have been touched by a brain tumor diagnosis as they pursue post-secondary education by making a gift to the SBTF Voices of Hope Scholarship fund. Funds are distributed directly to the institution to cover tuition and books.

Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is an international day of giving launching the Holiday season. It is held the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving and funds raised via this campaign are used to lighten the load of the brain tumor patient community.

Fundraise Your Way

Create your own fundraising event to benefit the SBTF. Host a bake sale, plan a car wash or celebrate a special day. Funds raised will support the mission of the SBTF.

Set up your fundraising page to share on social media and accept credit or debit cards as well as electronic checks, PayPal or Venmo payments.

Donations made online are subject to a merchant processing fee. You will be given the opportunity to cover those fees allowing the full amount of your donation to be received by the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation. If you wish to avoid fees, you may mail a check using the "Mail a Donation" buttons above. You may view the current merchant processing fees on this website. If you select a recurring gift, it may be modified or canceled at anytime by emailing

Matching Gifts

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Gift of Securities

Subscribe to Hope

Convert your gift to a monthly subscription of hope! Choose to create a monthly gift to the Foundation and spread the love to the brain tumor community all year! Visit the General Donation page now to create your monthly gift.

Give the Gift of Securities (stock, mutual funds, etc)

The Foundation accepts gifts of stocks, mutual funds and other securities. Please contact us at for more information on how to set up the securities transfer. This option may offer significant tax advantages, please consult your tax professional. For instructions, please download our information form.

Include the SBTF in your estate planning

An estate gift is a charitable donation that comes from assets left behind upon your passing. You can set up an estate gift by naming the SBTF in your will, establishing a revocable trust, or designating the SBTF as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, IRA or other financial vehicle, or proceeds from the sale of real property.

Before making an estate planned gift, please consult with your tax, financial and legal advisors. Contact us at to discuss your estate gift.