What is The Care Collective?

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62,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Unfortunately Breast Cancer Care is currently only able to support 1 in 10 of these women with our face to face services. 

The Care Collective brings together a group of extraordinary supporters who donate to Breast Cancer Care so that we can be there for every woman facing breast cancer with the care, support and information she needs. Members of The Collective share an ambition to double the number of people we support through Breast Cancer Care's valuable face to face services by 2020. In order to do this, we need to raise £1.5 million.

Join The Collective

Help make the difference for more people going through breast cancer

Victoria Derbyshire
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

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How you can make a difference


provides 23 women with the information and emotional support they need to find their ‘new normal’ after treatment at a Moving Forward course.


gives monthly support to 25 women through a Living with Secondary Breast Cancer service, helping them to live-well with their terminal diagnosis.


helps 40 young women to tackle the unique and complex physical and emotional issues at a Younger Women Together service.

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£263,000 raised so far of our £1,500,000 target

Help us reach our target

With your help we can reach more people affected by breast cancer. 

Find out how you can join The Care Collective today and make that vital difference.

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Paul Pester, CE at TSB plc
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.

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Care Collective Members

Paul Pester, Chair and Patron

Mark Astaire

Keith Carby

Tracy De Groose

Simon Fox

Siobhan Greene

Chris Harrison

Jacqueline Ingham

Caroline Marsh

Mary Mayall

Lori Meakin

Anne O’Neill 

Angela Quinn

Frank Runge

The Saracens Sport Foundation, Patron

The Scarborough Group Foundation

And other anonymous members and contributors 

You can still make a difference with any amount

If you can't join the Collective today, you can still make an impact by donating any amount.