The Care Collective are a group of dedicated philanthropists who invest £5,000 or more annually to support the essential face to face services provided by Breast Cancer Care.
Currently 62,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, but only one in ten women are getting the expert help provided by Breast Cancer Care. We want to be there for every person affected by breast cancer with the care, support and information they need. This ambition is shared by our community of Care Collective members who pledge their support and promote the work of Breast Cancer Care through their networks.
Together we aim to raise £1.5 million to double the number of people supported through Breast Cancer Care's valuable face to face services by 2020.
Help make the difference for more people going through breast cancer
Many of us will have watched mothers, daughters, wives, sisters go through this devastating disease, and like me, will have felt utterly helpless. Joining the Care Collective has allowed me to finally take back some control and do something positive that I know will help so many women. Please join me and the rest of The Collective now, and help Breast Cancer Care to be there for every single woman facing breast cancer. Together we can make a real and lasting difference to thousands of women’s lives.
Paul Pester, Chair of the Care Collective and Chief Executive of TSB Banking Group plc.
Having experienced breast cancer, I totally understand that the expert face to face support Breast Cancer Care provides can offer a real lifeline to those women who are able to access it. But too many women don’t currently receive the emotional support they need both during and after their treatment. Please join the Care Collective and help make this invaluable support available to every single woman who needs it.
Victoria Derbyshire, BAFTA award-winning journalist and broadcaster
Having watched my mum battle with breast cancer not once but twice, I know first-hand the upset that a diagnosis and treatment brings. We were lucky to have a huge amount of support as a family and in turn be able to provide all the love and support my mum needed to face breast cancer both times. No one should go through breast cancer alone, but I know not everyone is as fortunate as we were. That is why I’ve joined the Care Collective for Breast Cancer Care. Every woman deserves the professional, specialist care they need and we are here to make sure that happens.
Jonny Bairstow, Cricketer for Yorkshire and England
Thank you to all of our Care Collective members, without your generosity we would not be able to provide support and information to millions of women and men every year.
Special thanks to our Care Collective Patrons who have committed to giving £50,000 per annum to this cause.
The Care Collective Development board donate both their time and their money to increase the profile of the Care Collective. If you are interested in joining the Care Collective as a board member please contact Charlie Drummond, Head of Philanthropy at Charlie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Harold & Stephanie Joanknecht-Kogels
Andrew & Val Moore
Paul Pester, Chair and Patron
The Saracens Sport Foundation, Patron
The Scarborough Group Foundation
and all our anonymous members and contributors
We do hope you will consider joining the Care Collective and helping us be there for thousands more women and men affected by breast cancer.
If you’d like more information please contact our Philanthropy Manager, Catriona Sinclair, at 020 7960 3430 or email@example.com
Like thousands of others, I’ve watched my wife Emma, a strong and capable woman, cope with this disease. I know now that breast cancer and its treatment doesn’t just attack a woman’s body; it violates her sense of identity, what it means to be a woman. The face-to-face services that Breast Cancer Care provides are a genuine lifeline for women living with breast cancer, but sadly, not all women have access to that support. This is why I’ve joined the Care Collective, helping Breast Cancer Care increase their reach to ensure every woman facing breast cancer gets the crucial care she needs.
Jonathan Agnew MBE DL. BBC cricket correspondent and equestrian radio commentator
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