Together, we can change the future of breast cancer

Research is a long journey and needs a steady stream of funding. By including a gift in your will you can help fund research into new treatments that save lives.

It's also a lasting way to support the work we do and make sure that we're still able to support anyone affected by breast cancer in years to come. 

We’ve already helped millions of people through our face-to-face, phone and online support services. Gifts in wills can help us develop and extend our reach so that anyone affected by breast cancer in the future can get the information and support that’s right for them.

Meera Syal CBE
Having witnessed my mother’s experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 42, I understand first-hand the shattering impact that this disease can have on the person affected, and on their loved ones. Breast Cancer Now does such crucial work, providing support for those affected by breast cancer and funding world-class breast cancer research, and I’m delighted to support this campaign that will help them continue to bring hope for the future for anyone affected by breast cancer.”

Meera Syal CBE, Ambassador, Breast Cancer Now

Get your will written or updated for free

Help us be here into the future

Help us be here so that no one in the future goes through breast cancer alone, and no one loses someone they love.

We know that your loved ones always come first. But after you’ve provided for them, donating any percentage of what’s left, or any amount that feels right for you to Breast Cancer Now will make a huge difference. It will help us to reach our goal that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer will live and be supported to live well.

Find out more

Bob with his family

Bob’s story

After breast cancer turned Bob's family's life upside down, he was determined to do something.

Our legacy promise

Our legacy promises to you

We don’t want you to feel any pressure. Read our legacy promises to you.

Cora and her family

Cora's story

Breast Cancer Now provided Cora with essential suppot when she had a recurrence. She wanted to make sure we can continue to offer life-changing services for a long time.