The Silas Pullen Fund was set up in 2014 under the umbrella of The Brain Tumour Charity in memory of a mighty boy.

Silas Pullen was only eleven years old when he died from a malignant brain tumour but he inspired an army of people with his courage and bravery and, after his death, his parents set up The Silas Pullen Fund to raise much needed money into paediatric brain tumour research so that other families might have more hope in the future.

Brain tumours are currently the BIGGEST cancer killer of children and young people and yet get less than 2% of National Cancer spend. We are going to change this with your help!

To date we have raised just under £800,000. A mighty thank you to all our supporters.


A fabulous evening of star-struck entertainment in 2016 which raised more than £60,000 for the charity.

Hollywood Ball

An amazing evening of family camping fun organised by Silas’s godmother and friends which split an incredible £120,000 between two charities.

The Grand Sleepover