Cut, shave or dye your hair and raise money
Whether you are cutting your hair before treatment, shaving your head in support of a friend or just want to raise money for those affected by breast cancer, your fundraising will make a huge difference.
When someone has breast cancer, it affects their entire life. We are funding life-saving research into breast cancer, as well as providing tailored care and support for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer and their loved ones. So whether you raise £20 or £200, you’re helping us reach more of the 55,000 people diagnosed each year.
Fundraise for Breast Cancer Care
Help us be there for everyone facing breast cancer.
I decided to shave my hair before chemotherapy and raise money for Breast Cancer Now. Once my friends and family found out the support flooded in! I'm so proud of what we achieved and it’s a wonderful memory to look back on during my dark days when I’m struggling with my treatment journey.
Eve (Harriet Rose Photography)
Three simple steps to your Crop Your Mop
1. Sign up to Crop Your Mop
Pick your date and location and register, so we can help with your fundraising.
2. Tell everyone
Share your event your friends and family, and ask them for sponsorship by setting up a JustGiving page or using the sponsorship form in the pack we'll send you.
3. Get cropping!
We'll send you a Breast Cancer Now t-shirt, so make sure you've got it handy for those Crop Your Mop photos to share after the event.
How we'll support you
We’ll be here to support you every step of the way to make sure organising your Crop Your Mop is as easy as possible.
When you fundraise for us, you’ll receive:
- A Breast Cancer Now T-shirt and fundraising materials
- Emails with helpful fundraising tips
- A friendly local fundraiser to speak to with any questions.
If you have any questions about Crop Your Mop, email our team.
Little Princess Trust
As well as raising money for Breast Cancer Now, you can also donate your hair to the Little Princess Trust who supply real hair wigs, free of charge to children and young adults who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses.
Take a look at the Little Princess Trust guide for more information.