Set up after Penwortham girl Katy Holmes died in 2012.
Since Katy Holmes died in January 2012 her parents have been determined to help spare other families the heartbreak they suffered.
So they started the Katy Holmes Trust - and have since raised over £700,000 - which is going towards a groundbreaking five year project which they hope will find a cure.
But their work doesn't stop here - they hope to continuing raising money to help fund research in brain tumour. They're now able to match fund everything raise - meaning there is more money to help stop this happening to anyone else.
Katy's mum Paula spoke with Rock FM's Lydia Batham.