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
Research is very clear:Exercise increases both survival times and your odds of beating cancer. Taking 45 to 60 minutes light to moderate exercise at least three days a week should be a crucial part of your activity to increase your personal odds of beating cancer. In the USA the American Cancer Society conducted a seven-year ...more
Juliette Morrison has the low down on ways to raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation which won’t cost you a penny. Check out her article here and discover ways to support those affected by breast cancer: https://clarateddysblog.com/2020/01/14/easy-ways-to-donate-to-charity-in-2020/more
If you’ve lost a loved one, then a good place to remember and celebrate them whilst potentially also raising funds for a relevant cause, is the Much Loved website: https://www.muchloved.com/ Here you can get information about funeral services and coping with grief, share memories, thoughts and stories with family and friends as well as light candles, add ...more
This #GivingTuesday, PayPal is matching donations received through the PayPal fundraising page and app by 10%, up to a maximum of £150,000 in total matching funds! The match starts at 6:00 am on Tuesday 3 December 2019 and will end at 23:59 on 31 December 2019 or until such time as the total cap of £150,000 ...more
This year, we’re bringing back Pinkcycled with Lynne Lambourne! We are calling all creatives to support those affected by breast cancer by upcycling something in pink, listing it on Preloved and donating the proceeds to the Pink Ribbon Foundation. So what are you waiting for – we’ve got some pieces you can have a go ...more
We are looking forward to welcoming Showtime Photo Booth to our PINKLondon party this year and can’t wait to see the results from the photo booth!more
About 10 to 20 percent of breast cancers are triple-negative. Knowing breast cancer basics can help you understand how triple-negative breast cancer is different from other types of breast cancer. Doctors search for the presence or absence of three receptors, proteins that live inside or on the surface of a cell and bind to something in the body to cause the ...more
Wednesday 25th September 2019, 6:30pm – 9.00pm The Rose Garden Room, Eastwell Manor, Champneys Hotel & Spa, Eastwell Court, Ashford TN25 4HR Join is for a fundraising evening with bestselling author, Adele Parks on Wednesday 25th September 2019. A lovely occasion to celebrate books whilst raising much needed funds for the Pink Ribbon Foundation as a prelude to ...more
We Hear You (WHY) offers free, professional counselling for anyone affected by cancer or other life-threatening illness in Somerset, Bath & North East Somerset and Wiltshire. WHY provides the psychological support that is so vital when a diagnosis of cancer turns life upside down. The Pink Ribbon Foundations grant to WHY supported sessions which were ...more
“Ticking Off Breast Cancer is a candid, thoughtful account of the way Sara dealt with a breast cancer diagnosis. She is one impressive woman.” – Victoria Derbyshire Previously an expert multi-tasker in her capacity as a busy, married, forty-two-year-old mother of two, and part time lawyer commuting into London, Sara managed her life by to-do list ...more
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