Pink up and back our cancer care campaign

Staff and residents at the Greenfield Care Home in Ingol donned everything pinkto raise cash and awareness as part of Pink Day for the Breast Cancer Campaign.
Staff and residents at the Greenfield Care Home in Ingol donned everything pinkto raise cash and awareness as part of Pink Day for the Breast Cancer Campaign.
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Breast cancer is a cruel disease which will affect one in eight women during our lifetime – so this October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Care wants everyone across the UK to show their support by turning their Fridays pink.

Simply dress up or down at work or school and give Breast Cancer Care a donation so that they can continue to support the thousands of women waking up to breast cancer every day. If you don’t want the fun to stop at 5pm, you can swap stilettos for socks and have a pink girls’ night in at home.

Whether you raise £20 or £200, every penny counts and helps Breast Cancer Care provide vital face-to-face, online and phone support services to thousands of people when they need it most. Any donation, no matter how small, really will make a difference to someone through one of the most difficult challenges they’ll ever face.

We’ve all known loved ones and friends affected by this devastating disease so it doesn’t matter what you do – as long as it’s pink and on a Friday, you can help.

Sign up now at www.breastcancercare.org.uk/pinkfridays for a free Pink Fridays fundraising kit, full of ideas, fundraising tips and useful bits and bobs for your event.

Lisa Snowdon.