Give your time this October and give women everywhere more time to live.
Make your moment count for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
With breast cancer, every moment counts. That’s why we’re working around the clock to give everyone affected by the disease more time to live. And this October, we need you to help us.
We believe that if we all act now, by 2050, no one will die from breast cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), and by giving your time now to help find ways to prevent, detect, treat and stop the disease, you can make sure we keep moving towards the day when we stop breast cancer for women everywhere.
- Join the fundraisers who run, bake, cycle, sing and wear it pink to fund pioneering research
- Support the scientists who test, analyse and experiment to find ways to prevent breast cancer and treat it more effectively
- Speak out with the campaigners who push for better services, treatments and care for patients
Whatever you do, you’ll be standing with women living with breast cancer, and you’ll be there for the families who’ve lost loved ones but are determined to change the future for others.
This October, it’s your time to do something incredible. Join us and make your moment count.
Be breast aware
Find out about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer and the importance of being breast aware, using our simple Touch, Look, Check technique.
wear it pink - Friday 21 October 2016
We’re very proud to say that our 2015 wear it pink day saw hundreds of thousands of people across the country – in school, at work and at home – all stood together against breast cancer by wearing it pink. Read more about the brilliant day and watch our very pink thank you video.
wear it pink will be happening again this year on Friday 21 October - find out more and sign up for your free fundraising pack today.
Campaign with us
Keep up to date with all of latest campaigning work including news on our Kadcyla petition. Visit the campaigns section to learn more.
Your secondary breast cancer guide
When breast cancer spreads from the breast or armpit to other areas of the body, it is called secondary breast cancer. It can also be called metastatic breast cancer and advanced breast cancer.
Use our guide to select the area in the UK you are from to find out more details about secondary breast cancer, your treatment choices and much more.
Fundraise for us
For more information
Contact us to find out more about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.