Help us make a difference
Our corporate partnerships make a huge difference to the lives of people affected by breast cancer.
We work with businesses of all sizes and across multiple sectors to build long-term sustainable partnerships, from well- known retailers and leading FMCG brands to global sporting organisations.
We tailor each partnership to the individual brand and the impact they want to make.
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Our long term partnership has allowed us to have strategic input with Breast Cancer Now and made breast cancer awareness a priority for our business. Breast Cancer Now is great at engaging our colleagues and ensuring they have the opportunity to get involved in fundraising activities and are aware of the incredible work that the charity delivers. It is important that we can effectively communicate to colleagues and our customers the impact that their amazing fundraising efforts have had.
Hayley Tatum, Senior Vice President – People, Asda
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Provide emotive storytelling for your products
To celebrate 15 years of supporting breast cancer charities, ghd has partnered with renowned mastectomy tattoo artist David Allen to create new pink hair stylers with his iconic design for the latest ghd collection. £10 per limited edition styler sold in the UK goes to Breast Cancer Now.
Leverage customer support for your campaign
Skechers raised over £116,000 in their first year in partnership with us by giving £5 from the sale of each limited edition pink ribbon shoe and inviting their customers to join the movement by making a £1 donation to Breast Cancer Now at the checkout.
Inspire and engage at our unique events
Our London Show sees women and men who’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis take to the catwalk for the first time, in front of over 800 people. 2017 headline sponsor Comfort reached 45.6m through press, received 700 new followers to their Facebook page and achieved a 2% increase in share of voice.
Our Partnership with ASDA
Now in its 23rd year, Asda is our biggest and longest running partnership. Having raised a phenomenal £64m through their Tickled Pink campaign so far, the partnership unites Asda colleagues and customers nationwide. Their incredible fundraising has not only enabled one in every five women Breast Cancer Care has supported in the past 23 years, but it has also helped fund lifesaving research projects across the UK as well as creating and developing the UK’s first ever national breast cancer Tissue Bank which officially launched in 2012.
Our Partnership with M&S
Since our partnership began in 2001, Marks & Spencer (M&S) has raised an amazing £29 million, helping to fund breast cancer prevention research. Through donation on sales through specially designed products, M&S have funded ground-breaking and life-changing research.
Hear from our previous partners
Joy O’Brien, Group Marketing Manager at Jupiter Hotels
Together our 27 hotels and support centres worked so hard and with such enthusiasm to raise over £240,000. I’m proud to have recommended and set up this five year partnership and reach such a fantastic fundraising total. If your company are considering a new charity please consider Breast Cancer Now, they are a truly amazing charity.
James MacDougall, Corporate Affairs, The Football Association
Breast Cancer Now is a fantastic charity to work with. Not only did we smash our fundraising and awareness targets, but together we achieved key strategic aims and engaged new audiences across the UK. Breast Cancer Now got whole heartedly behind our business objectives and saw them as goals to achieve together.
Grant Clemence, Head of Casualty at QBE European Operations
This has been an incredibly successful partnership between QBE and Breast Cancer Now, both in terms of fundraising and engagement by QBE employees and to the excellent support we have received. It has been a privilege to have partnered with an organisation like Breast Cancer Now to aid them in helping so many people in need.