Every 10 minutes someone in the UK hears the devastating news that they have breast cancer. Breast Cancer Care is here for anyone affected by breast cancer. We bring people together, provide information and support, and campaign for improved standards of care. We use our understanding of people's experience of breast cancer and our clinical expertise in everything we do.Visit www.breastcancercare.org.uk or call our free helpline on 0808 800 6000.
What will your money do?
£2 Provides a suitable headscarf for a woman who has lost her hair
£5 Provides a comprehensive, easy-to-understand information pack for
someone newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
£10 Teaches someone how to be breast aware for life at a local
£25 Trains and supports a member of our Nursing Network for a year to
help improve the care of people with breast cancer.
£50 Pays for a personal HeadStrong appointment to help women
prepare for the shock of losing their hair from chemotherapy by
providing practical support and information.
£100 Pays for four calls to our confidential Helpline so people with
questions or concerns about breast cancer or breast health
can get support from our expert team.
£150 Matches someone living with breast cancer with one of our
trained volunteers for sixsessions of one-to-one telephone
support addressing their individual needs.
£250 Funds a Breast Cancer Care hospital information point for a
year so people with breast cancer, and their family and friends,
have access to our latest resources whenvisiting the clinic.
£500 Provides a package of support to a younger woman with breast
cancer; including access to our Helpline, website, publications
and a two-day course with expert speakers and specialist
£1,000 Allows ten woman with secondary breast cancer (cancer that
has spread to another part of the body) to attend regular support sessions run by specialist therapists with expert guest
£2,000 Pays for two week’s professional moderation of our Discussion
Forums so people can talk online to others affected by breast
cancer 24 hours a day in a safe and supported environment.
£5,000 Pays for 20 people to attend a local four-week Moving Forward
course with expert speakers and specialist nurses so they are fully
prepared for life after treatment.