Each September, the Isle of Wight turns pink to support breast cancer research. Find out how you can get involved in the activities and learn more about all of the pink fun that was had last year.
Every year the Isle of Wight turns pink for the whole of September to support Breast Cancer Now. There are lots of events to get involved with, from wear it pink days to quizzes and competitions, so if you’d like to help paint the isle pink for Breast Cancer Now, use our online form to register your interest.
How you can get involved
Our Volunteer Group on the island are always looking for new volunteers to help at collections and events such as Bestival and Riverfest. Just a few hours a month would make a real difference. Contact us to find out more.
Organise your own event
We need amazing people like you to give their time and organise an event for us in September – like a tea party, bake sale or sponsored event. We’re here to make your event a real success, so request your free fundraising pack today.
Pink Window Display Competition Monday 31 August – Friday 25 September
Shops across the island will be turning their window displays pink in a bid to win the coveted top prize. Keep your eyes peeled when you’re out shopping and we'll be announcing the results of the vote very soon!
Bowl a Strike with Pink on Wight - Saturday 3 October, 7.30pm, Ryde Superbowl
Have you got what it takes to be crowned the bowling champion?
£10 per person - teams of six
£5 per person deposit required to secure your place
To book - call 07500009575 or email email@example.com
wear it pink - Friday 23 October
Organise your very own wear it pink day. You can hold it on the national wear it pink day or at any other time during the Isle of Pink month of September.
Watch our video
Read the blogs from the 2014 event:
View photos from the Isle of Pink 2014 including the winners of the fantastic window competition
For more information
Email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can get involved in 2015.
Alternatively, you can call us on 0333 20 70 300 - we’d love to hear from you.