We are Going Gray in May!

Go Gray Every Day May

We are over half way through May and the response to our #GoGrayInMay Brain Tumor Awareness Month has been spectacular! Thank you for sharing all of your images of yourselves and your loved ones who are battling brain cancer or have battled brain a brain tumor in the past.

Please continue to share our images with your friends and family.  We are making an impact on this disease through YOUR stories and pictures.

We are getting dozens of emails daily with requests to make more “We Go Gray in May for…” images and are working overtime to get to all of the requests we have received! We will get them all up before the end of May! Please be sure to include the first and last name of the person you wish to honor and any supplementary information you’d like to include, ie. brain tumor type, date of diagnosis, personal thoughts about them, etc…

You can post your images to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/braincancer.org and we’ll do the rest! Also, please keep sharing your GoGrayInMay images showing you and your friends, teams, etc… wearing their gray! We’ll share with our Facebook and Twitter followers too!

We appreciate your support!

Make sure to follow us on Pinterest and Twitter as well as our BrainCancer.org YouTube Channel.

If you’d like to make a donation in honor of your loved one for #GoGrayInMay, please visit www.braincancer.org and click the “Donate” button at the top right of our page! Please include #GoGrayInMay for BrainCancer.org and your loved one’s name with your donation.

Thank you!



  1. My son Blayne is a survivor of a brain tumour. He was diagnosed with a malignant tumour called an Ependymoma at the age of 2 in 1997. They did give him less than 10 percent of long term survival. He has a shunt. After removing the tumour, he was paralyzed and could not swallow. He is a miracle but he is deaf in both ears, one fortunately, has a cochlear implant done in 2013. He is blind on the left eye. With multiple therapies, he has been able to walk, take and move as close to normality as possible

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