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 research team at King’s College London have developed an online intervention to support people with breast cancer with ongoing fatigue. They are recruiting people with breast cancer who experience fatigue to take part and would love to hear from YOU if you would like to participate. Please note that patients with cancer need to have ...more
We are thrilled to have the support of TV presenter and lover of the great outdoors Julia Bradbury and her gang at The Outdoor Guide and Accesstheoutdoorguide for our second sponsored walk, #WalkaMileaDayinJune 👣 Sign up now and support the Pink Ribbon Foundation: https://give.pinkribbonfoundation.org.uk/event/3/walk-a-mile-a-day-in-june There is no sign-up fee and no pressure to set yourself a huge ...more
Due to the success of Walk a Mile a Day in May we have decided to extend our walking challenge and are launching #WalkaMileaDayinJune If you’ve enjoyed the daily walk in May why not sign up again and continue to support the Pink Ribbon Foundation and those affected by breast cancer, whilst continuing to take care of ...more
Do you want to know the secrets of COLOUR? Do you want to become more COLOUR confident? Would you like to know your own personal COLOUR chart? Would you like to use more COLOUR in your home? The Pink Ribbon Foundation is delighted to announce that it has teamed up with Colour Specialist and Global Colour Ambassador Mark Wentworth ...more
Caregivers and patients are describing a major impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives. Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast and University of Aberdeen are running an international online survey to determine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on caregivers and patients with cancer, precancerous conditions and rare diseases. * Do you have cancer or a ...more
A study from the University of Guelph in Canada finds omega-3 fats from fish oils can be eight times more potent in reducing breast cancer risk than omega-3 fats derived from plant sources and reccomends that people consume at least three helpings of fish a week to help the prevention of cancer. Omega-3 fatty acids found ...more
Please check out this yoga and relaxation class for breast cancer survivors. This class, organised by Annabel Chown, is specifically aimed at those who’ve recently completed treatment. The post-treatment period is often a challenging time, and this class will offer a safe space to help you navigate your way back to ‘normal’ life https://www.annabelchown.com/ Follow ...more
Raffle tickets are on sale now at £10.00 each with 100% profits donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation to support those affected by breast cancer 🎀💗🎀 https://give.pinkribbonfoundation.org.uk/raffles If you’re looking to update your bathroom or are in the middle of home renovations / new build, then we have the perfect prize for you. The framed beauty ...more
All registered UK charities working with those affected by breast cancer can apply to the Pink Ribbon Foundation for a grant 🎀 We are open for applications now and the deadline has been extended due to the current crisis. Please visit our website for more information and to download a form 💻 The date for ...more
Created to support the Pink Ribbon Foundation, the stunning X7 Pastel Pink is a striking shade of baby pink, and 25% of all X7 Pastel Pink profits are donated by SEBO (UK) Ltd directly to the Foundation. Featured on Thevacmat vacuum segment of ITV’s This Morning show earlier this year, the X7 Pastel pink received a ...more
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