Fundraising support

There are lots of ways you can raise money for Breast Cancer Now in memory of your loved one.

Whether you want to make a one off donation, organise a delicious cake sale, mark a special birthday or anniversary or take part in a spectacular sporting event, we’re here to help you make it happen.

Every penny you raise, regardless of how you raise it, will be displayed on your loved one’s Fund In Memory and will go towards our life-changing care and support services and world-class research, providing support for today and hope for the future.

Organise your own fundraising

Fundraising materials

Want to run your own fundraising event, but not sure where to begin? We’re happy to help. Our free Breast Cancer Now fundraising materials are just the thing to help you get started.

Our fundraising pack has got everything you need to make your event a success – from banners to balloons and everything in between. Request your pack.

Fundraising inspiration

Stuck for ideas? From cake sales to glamorous balls, we’ve got all the tips you’ll need to hold your Breast Cancer Now fundraiser. Find more fundraising ideas.

Take part in an event

From treks to triathalons, we’ve got lots of different challenges you can take on in memory of your loved one. Once you’ve chosen your event, you can fundraise through your Fund in Memory by setting up a special fundraising page. Take a look at the events we have on offer.

Fundraise in memory

Donate in memory

You can donate with a one-off or regular gift directly to a loved one’s Fund in Memory. If you don’t yet have a fund, you can also donate in memory through the Breast Cancer Now website.

Remembrance and funeral collections

If you’re organising a remembrance service or funeral for a loved one, you may wish to consider asking for donations to Breast Cancer Now instead of flowers. You can order envelopes to help you collect donations by emailing fundinmemory@breastcancernow.org.

Celebrate a special occasion

If you have a wedding, birthday or other celebration coming up, asking for donations to your loved one’s Fund in Memory can be a meaningful, memorable way of raising money.

Remember a loved one in your will

Leaving a gift in your will is an incredible way of remembering your loved one. Your gift can help fund world-class research and life-changing care to create a future where everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well. Find out more about leaving a gift in your will.

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We started by asking for donations instead of presents at our wedding, and since then we’ve held all sorts of fundraising events, from local bake sales to charity rugby matches.

Polly Barnes