How your Fund In Memory helps
1 in 7 women in the UK will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.
Your Fund in Memory will help to make sure the world-class research taking place in our labs, and the life-changing care and support we provide to those who so desperately need it, continues. You'll be creating a future where everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well.
We’re steered by our world-class research. By working with around 340 of the brightest minds in breast cancer research, we’re discovering how we can prevent breast cancer, save lives and live well with the disease.
To date, we’ve already invested £230 million in breast cancer research. And we’re not about to stop. Your Fund in Memory will give us the power to drive forward progress on a global stage and mean your loved one will be part of every breakthrough and discovery.
We’re driven by our life-changing care. Our breast care nurses, expertly trained staff and volunteers, and award-winning information is all here to make sure anyone diagnosed with breast cancer gets the support they need to help them deal with the physical and emotional impact of the disease.
Your Fund in Memory will help us continue to offer our specialist support services. Whether that’s putting people in touch with someone just like them to talk things through, meeting others going through similar experiences at one of our local support groups, talking directly to our breast care nurses or reading one of our publications on diagnosis, treatment or breast health.
We’re there for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through. And we always will be.
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If you need help starting or updating your fund, or would like some fundraising support, please visit our support section or get in touch with the team.
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