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 would like to thank Ryan at Flamingo Candles (www.flamingocandles.co.uk) for donating his time to design a new breast cancer self check guide which will be shared not only via the Foundations website and social media channels but which will also be circulated to companies / bloggers / fundraisers who regularly request ...more
Fashion e-tailer Brand Attic have launched their #CheckYourMelons campaign in support of generating breast cancer awareness in young women aged 25 – 35. The brand has teamed up with the Pink Ribbon Foundation to raise funds through sales of the South Beach Watermelon Crochet Bikini (RRP £30.00), South Beach Watermelon Beach Towel (RRP £22.00) and South ...more
More than £13,000 was raised for charity by the Mayor of Hounslow at her inaugural ball. The event held at the Clayton Hotel, Chiswick on Saturday, 1 July, was the first of what will be many fundraisers the Mayor, Councillor Sue Sampson, will be hosting over the forthcoming year as she looks to raise money for ...more
Councillor Sue Sampson, ward member for Isleworth, has been elected Mayor of Hounslow for the municipal year 2017/18, with Councillor Mukesh Malhotra, ward member for Hounslow Heath as the new Deputy Mayor. The appointments were made at the annual meeting of the council at the end of May. Speaking after her election to the office of ...more
The Pink Ribbon Foundation was delighted to be the chosen charity to partner with Ladies Day at Plumpton Race Course for 2017 and benefitted from branding at the event as well as money raised during the day via bucket collections and a raffle. Celebrity supporters of the Foundation joined the charity in the Glitz and ...more
Two years ago Dr Jason Carroll made news through his possible explanation into why women whose breast cancer carried both oestrogen and progesterone receptors did better than those who carried only the oestrogen receptor even with the same treatment. The original study found that signals sent through the progesterone receptors slowed down the growth of the ...more
Are you over the age of 16 and have received a cancer diagnosis in the last 12 months? If so, researchers from the UK, Canada and Sydney would like to invite you to take part in an interesting new study. Purpose of the research Our study is exploring the emotional impact of cancer. We know that receiving ...more
As a grant-making trust with little infrastructure, the Pink Ribbon Foundation has no office and a tiny workforce – but it does achieve impact. The Foundation makes grants to breast cancer charities and organisations. Its fundraising – from corporate partners, clubs and individuals – enables them to help 30 to 40 good causes every year. Lisa Allen, Head of Corporate Partnerships, ...more
Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute have been able to use blood tests to trace cancer cells when they are still invisible due to X-Rays or CT scans. The team, led by Professor Charles Swanton, is analysing DNA released by tumour cells into the blood of lung cancer patients over the course of their treatment. By ...more
Tumours that have spread around the body are harder to treat successfully. Crucial research into which molecules help cancers progress and how to disable them is vital. Researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research have found the molecule ‘lysyoxidase’ (LOX) whose job is to provide supportive scaffolding around cells called the extracellular matrix which gives tissues ...more
Jonathan Prince, Trustee. The Pink Ribbon Foundation.
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