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Do your own fundraising

We rely on the efforts of our supporters across the UK to raise money for our work. Whether you have an event you're already planning, want to volunteer or join a fundraising group, or need some help coming up with ways to raise money, we've got the answers...

Pink Fridays

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Have a dress down Friday at work or pink night in with friends to raise money for people facing breast cancer. How pink will you go? Find out more and sign up for Pink Fridays.

Strawberry Tea

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Tea, cake, strawberries and friends are all the ingredients you need. Find out more and sign up for a fundraising kit.

Your own event

1477 Organise your own eventFancy organising your own fundraiser? Whether it's a sponsored walk, head shave, quiz night or even a black-tie ball, find out more here.

Fundraising ideas and tips

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Whether you're planning an event at work, home or at school, or raising sponsorship, we've got lots of ideas to help and you can download our handy fundraising guide.

Volunteer

1478 Donate your timeOur volunteers are at the heart of everything we do. From helping at events, setting up a fundraising group or placing a collection tin in your local shop, there are lots of ways to get involved.

Join a fundraising group

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Fundraising groups raise money in their local community. Groups work together as a team to organise fundraising activities in their area, and act as local advocates for Breast Cancer Care.

Your local fundraising office

To find your local fundraising team please choose your county and click the submit button.

How you make a difference

1482 How your support helpsAll of our services are provided free of charge thanks to the money raised by people like you.

Find out how your support helps people living with breast cancer.

What you have to say

1483 Linney Bendell and friend‘The reason we chose to support Breast Cancer Care is because I found their literature and website very helpful during and after my illness, as well as the positive support I received.’
Linney Bendell, Somerset

1484 Hazel Cash, Chepstow‘I wanted to raise funds on behalf of Breast Cancer Care because I found that when I was undergoing treatment, everywhere I turned, I could see their materials and publications.’
Hazel Cash, Chepstow