Our popular £1,000 challenge is running again this year and is bigger and better than ever.

The £1,000 Challenge for Breast Cancer Kent runs from 1st March until 1st November 2023.
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Breast Cancer Kent aims to improve the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer in Kent".

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We fund projects, equipment and research to support the work of the NHS Medical Teams at the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Breast Care Units, Kent Oncology Centre and the University of Kent School of biosciences. The charity acts as a hub for fundraising, receiving donations, allocating funds to projects large and small, and disseminating general information on breast health and breast cancer treatments.

Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

All the facts and information you need to know about Breast Cancer

Get invloved

Get Involved

Find out about the different ways you can get involved to help support us

Breast Cancer Support Group

Support Group

Find out how the Breast Cancer Support Group can help you


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Important update for cancer patients during the coronavirus pandemic

What we do

What we do

Breast Cancer Kent aims to improve the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer in Kent

Breast Cancer Facts

Breast Cancer Facts

In the UK, approximately 1 in 8/9 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime

"The support provided by Breast Cancer Kent has enabled me and my colleague to attend the UK Breast Conference enabling us to keep up to date with the very latest in breast health."

Jan Hackney, Breast Care Nurse Specialist,
Maidstone Hospital

"Breast Cancer Kent funding has enabled us to introduce the Breath Hold Technique across our Radiotherapy Centres. This helps avoid future heart problems for patients with left breast tumours."

Dr Rema Jyothirmayi,
Consultant Clinical Oncologist