There are many ways that you can get involved and help Breast Cancer Kent in its vital work.

If you are able to help by fundraising, be it a small collection amongst friends or organising a social or corporate event, we would be incredibly grateful.

  • Could you have a bake sale at school?
  • What about a strawberry tea at your WI meeting?
  • Would your friends and family sponsor you to do a walk or a cycle ride?
  • What about at work - would your employer allow your staff to dress up for the day and donate to the charity?

Check out some wonderful ideas for fundraising events in our news and events section.

Are you a business, organisation, society or club?  Are you up for a challenge?  Then why not sign up for our £1,000 Challenge for Breast Cancer Kent.

We've set this challenge for the past 2 years, and it's brought amazing results.

You've got up to the most varied array of fundraising stunts and raised lots of money for the charity.

Remember, you could do anything!  Cake sales, dressing in pink at work days, quiz nights, running marathons, racing dragon boats.... the possibilities are endless!

To celebrate being fabulous fundraisers, we hope you will be able to join us for an exclusive drinks party inside Leeds Castle, as in previous years.  Fingers crossed, an evening of champagne, canapes, entertainment, awards, prizes and private tours of the castle awaits.  The winner who has raised the largest amount will be pronounced winner of the challenge!

For any fundraising enquiries, including fundraising equipment, posters, collection tins and merchandise, please contact our Fundraising and PR Manager, Helen Teare.  To contact Helen,  please e-mail or call 07736 649524.  Thank you.

See last year's event here

Quick facts

Breast Cancer represented
of all new cancer cases in 2017 and is the most common cancer in women, globally
In UK women, around
new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in 2017
of breast cancers were in women under 50, between 2015-2017
of breast cancers occurred in women over 75 between 2015-2017

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