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 leading utility firms.

We tailor each partnership to the individual brand and the impact they want to make.

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Together we can make a difference.

Hayley Tatum, Senior Vice President ,People, Asda
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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My Weekly

My Weekly is an exciting new partnership that launched in 2024 and they are passionate about supporting Breast Cancer Now through their women’s magazine. From March all the way through the Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, My Weekly will be sharing the most up-to-date health information, real life stories from people affected by breast cancer and all the ways in which readers can help support us.

To find out more about My Weekly, take a look at their website and take advantage of a great value subscription offer. For every subscription sold, a £5 donation will be made to Breast Cancer Now.

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How we can add value

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Provide emotive storytelling for your products

This year we worked with ghd to launch their Take Control Now campaign, which aimed to drive behaviour change in younger women by empowering and encouraging them to regularly check their breasts. This powerful campaign aims to impress the importance of having a routine of regular self-checking for younger women, and £10 from every purchase from the collection in the UK will go to Breast Cancer Now.

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Leverage customer support for your campaign

We’ve teamed up with Trinny London to help inspire, empower and support women affected by breast cancer to feel their best, wherever they are in their breast cancer experience. Money raised through the sale evergreen and campaign products will enable us to continue funding our world-class research and life-changing care.

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Be a part of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Since 1996, when Fashion Targets Breast Cancer was founded by fashion-royalty, Ralph Lauren, the campaign has raised over £16million for breast cancer research. Each year we work with some of the UK’s most loved fashion retailers who each sell product with a 30% donation of the profit to Breast Cancer Now.

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Our Partnership with ASDA

Asda is our biggest and longest-running award-winning partnership, which has supported breast cancer charities for 26 years! Having raised a phenomenal £77 million through their Tickled Pink campaign so far, the partnership unites Asda colleagues and customers nationwide.

Their incredible fundraising has supported breast awareness programmes and life-changing breast cancer support and care. It has also helped fund lifesaving research projects to develop new treatments across the UK, as well as creating and developing the UK’s first ever national breast cancer Tissue Bank, which officially launched in 2012.

The breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! joined the Tickled Pink partnership in 2020 and together we’re putting breast cancer awareness on everyone’s list.

Our Asda partnership

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Our Partnership with M&S

M&S are one of our most long-standing partners here at Breast Cancer Now and, since our partnership began in 2001, we have raised over £33 million together. In October 2020, we achieved our joint goal of raising £13 million in just five years to fund work into the root causes and prevention of breast cancer.

Through their generous donations, M&S is the biggest contributor in the UK to breast cancer prevention research, having enabled over 330,000 hours of vital research, and more than 50 world-class scientific discoveries about the causes of breast cancer – a true accelerator of change.

Additionally, we are delighted that, in 2021, as a result of our strategic and impactful activity, our partnership was recognised by the Business Charity Awards, winning the category for best Long-Term Partnership. We continue to work together designing and developing post-surgery products for women affected by breast cancer.

Our partnership with M&S

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.


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Our Work with pharmaceutical and life sciences companies

It is essential that, as the UK’s leading breast cancer charity, we engage with the key stakeholders that will be central to helping stop women dying from the disease. The pharmaceutical industry has a crucial role to play in achieving this vision – and collaborating with the industry is something we know our supporters understand and want us to do.

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Together we can make a difference

Contact us today to find out how.