Sign up for the £1k Challenge

In the UK, 1,000 people die from breast cancer every month. Most of those are from secondary breast cancer. And that’s 1,000 too many.  

This year, you can make a difference. Pledge to raise £1,000 to change the future of incurable secondary breast cancer.  

How? That’s totally up to you, but we’ll be on hand to help you reach your target in no time at all. From out-of-the-ordinary fundraising ideas and creative event materials to expert tips and support - we’ve got you covered.

Helen doing her £1k Challenge
My challenge is to walk 1,000 miles from 1 January through to 31 July with the support of some very good friends and my family who have been out with me almost the whole time. My advice would be to just get out and walk when you can. Or perhaps do something else, I know other have done things like squats or baking. So come on, we can do it together!

Helen, £1k Challenge fundraiser

Change the future of secondary breast cancer

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How to take part

The first step is to sign up to take on the £1k Challenge. You’ll then receive your fundraising pack and everything you need to get started. From walks and balls, to fitness challenges and head shaves, we love hearing your fundraising ideas and we'll be on hand to help you reach your target in no time at all.

How your fundraising helps

The money you raise will fund world-class research, vital support and tireless campaigning on the issues that count. It’ll help create a future where people diagnosed with secondary breast cancer will get more precious moments with the people they love, and more time to do the things they love.

£1k Challenge medal

Get your £1k Challenge medal

Join hundreds of other changemakers and pledge to raise £1,000 any way you like. To show how grateful we are, you’ll receive an exclusive medal which will be engraved with a name nomination of your choice if you complete your challenge by 31st July.

Sign up for the £1k Challenge

Ready to change the future of secondary breast cancer? Sign up for the £1k Challenge today and show that people affected by breast cancer can count on you. The clock is ticking. 

Get in touch

If you would like to ask a question about the £1k Challenge, please email or call 0333 20 70 300.

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