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
‘Fishing for Life’ is an organisation which provides free fly fishing sessions for people who all have one thing in common – breast cancer. Meetings are held every month at lakes over the South West, Greater Manchester, Gloucester/Worcester, Dorset and Berkshire where the scenery is beautiful all the year round. On the 26 March Jonathan and Lisa had the pleasure ...more
The Pink Ribbon Foundation is proud to support the @Scannappeal who fundraise to provide state of the art medical equipment for hospitals in the Buckingham area. The photo below shows two senior mammographers with the new 3D breast biopsy system with lateral arm accessory. This went operational late last year and the staff are enthusiastic ...more
Lymphoedema is an often forgotten but serious side effect of breast cancer treatment. The condition is debilitating and a constant reminder of the trauma of going through cancer treatment. Women with lymphoedema face continued suffering through the swelling of their arm/s, which can stop them completing some of the most basic tasks. It can dramatically ...more
The Rochdale Women’s Welfare Association was delighted to receive a grant from the Pink Ribbon Foundation, to support their work within the local community. The £4,000 award has supported the group in a range of ways and helped to host a one-day work-shop with bi-lingual support in Urdu and Sylheti, covering a range of topics ...more
The Pink Ribbon Foundation was delighted to award a grant of £2,525 to The Brigitte Trust to help towards the costs of their volunteer training programme. This money has helped to host two programmes which have enabled them to train 18 new volunteers. When people are referred to The Brigitte Trust, they are visited at home by a ...more
FACT(Fighting All Cancers Together) based in Newcastle received a grant from the Pink Ribbon Foundation which has enabled them to host a vast array of activities to help those affected by breast cancer, to include: bra fitting sessions – assisting women following cancer related surgery wig fitting service – for women undergoing, or who have had, chemotherapy ...more
Need good value travel insurance? Do you have pre-existing medical conditions? Want to support those affected by breast cancer? 🧳✈️⛱🍹🕶☀️ Travel Insurance Facilities Plc (tifgroup) in partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation, have put together a comprehensive set of travel insurance products for supporters of the Foundation. travelPink offers competitive travel insurance and exclusively supports the Foundation with a ...more
It’s here! Our first glasses range in collaboration with our Patron AntheaTurner.com is now available online! 👓 💗👓Choose from a beautiful range of elegant shapes, feminine styles and a variety of colours to suit everyone! Shop the collection over at Select Specsmore
We are delighted to have the support of these amazing women who are taking on a Full Monty challenge in aid of the Pink Ribbon Foundation to raise money and awareness of breast cancer and to support those affected by the disease! Read the full story here: https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/health/hull-grandma-breast-cancer-shock-2393421more
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
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