Whether it’s cake in the garden with your nearest and dearest, or a picnic in the park with everyone you know, hold an Afternoon Tea this August and raise money for life-changing breast cancer research and support.
Former MasterChef winner Jane Devonshire was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2012, so raising money for further research is something very close to her heart.
When Maggie’s daughter, Kirsty, was diagnosed with breast cancer, she put on a huge event to raise money and show her support.
After realising the positive impact Breast Cancer Now's services had on her, Dawn knew she wanted to fundraise to help others.
Nana shares how she consciously adopted a positive mindset after being diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, and how she’s since given back by fundraising.
When Hannah’s mum was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer last year, hosting an Afternoon Tea was just one of the things that helped her stay positive.
Deanne and Annette became friends after meeting at a breast cancer support group in 2015. Since then, they’ve enjoyed hosting regular fundraisers together.
Hints and tips
Raffles are a great way to boost your fundraising total and raise the vital money we need to support people affected by breast cancer.
Keep your guests entertained and boost your fundraising!