Who we helpSadly, Breast Cancer claims the lives of around 12,000 women each year.
The number of women being diagnosed is rising, but the good news is that with your help, more women are surviving the disease than ever before. Learn More
The Pink Ribbon Foundation were delighted to award a grant of £3,000 to the Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust which went towards activities, awareness and support sessions for those with breast cancer during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since 1991 in Scotland 27,000 people have been diagnosed with breast cancer and the Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust have ...more
Currently around 40% of cancer patients in the UK have radiotherapy as a part of their treatment. It plays a major treatment in curing many cancers and also in relieving symptoms. There is strong evidence to suggest that radiotherapy could be even more helpful if: • we understood more about the biology of how it affects ...more
Consuming foods such as chicken nuggets, ready meals and mass-produced bakery goods may significantly increase the risk of developing cancer, according to new French research. Following the eating habits of people over the last five years, their study (reported in the British Medical Journal – BMJ) stated that a 10% increase in the proportion of ultra-processed ...more
There is still time to book yourself on the Pink Ribbon Bus Tour 💗 For the entire month of October Brigit’s Bakery is partnering with the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Book your place on one of the October bus tours now and don’t forget to wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The tours will follow a ...more
London based 4 piece female rock band ‘JOANovARC’ exploded onto the international music scene in early 2015 with the acclaimed singles Live Rock ’n’ Roll and White Trash. JOANovARC’s status as the new ‘Queens of rock’ is about to rise even higher following their debut album, Ride Of Your Life (released 2016 through Red Vixen ...more
The British Medical Journal has published figures that show that more people are trying to raise money by crowdfunding to pay for treatments not available on the NHS. In the last three years, at least £7m has been raised by people on crowdfunding sites like Just Giving and Go Fund Me. Just Giving’s own figures show that ...more
On the 16th September our small team of charity riders took on the iconic London to Brighton Bike Ride to raise awareness and money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Leaving the buzz of the city behind they joined thousands of fellow cyclists and faced head on the challenge of a 55-mile bike ride. Over 4,000 riders ...more
Pink Champagne Breast Cancer Dragon Boat Team is based in Christchurch in Dorset. Established in 2008, they joined 150 teams worldwide acting as role models to inspire and encourage other cancer survivors to achieve the physical, psychological and social benefits of this activity. The team meet every Saturday morning throughout the year and on Monday evenings ...more
Big congratulations to all of our finishers and fundraisers from Rapesco Office Products who endured sub 30 degree temperatures to run the Virgin Sport British 10K Run on Sunday 15 July raising money and awareness to fight breast cancer via the Pink Ribbon Foundation. #TeamPRF raced through the streets of London with winning smiles and ...more
On Wednesday 26th September 2018 you and 3 guests could be watching Kylie Minogue Live in an exclusive VIP Hospitality Executive Box at the O2 with complimentary refreshments (beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks). Kylie Minogue, currently on a high with her brand new track ‘Dancing’, will bring her extraordinary creativity as a live performer back ...more
Jonathan Prince, Trustee. The Pink Ribbon Foundation.
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