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‘Wear it pink’ day

  • 24 Oct 2007

Theresa May MP is joining forces with Breast Cancer Campaign for ‘wear it pink’ day on Friday 26th October as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

It couldn’t be easier to join in too. Whether you are in an office, at school, or simply doing the shopping, on 26th October donate £2 to Breast Cancer Campaing and wear an item of pink, as little or much as you like, as long as it’s pink. Your donation will allow Breast Cancer Campaign to continue researching for the cure and help the one woman in nine in the UK that will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.

Last year’s ‘wear it pink’ day raised a massive £3 million for breast cancer research and helped to fund over forty new research projects in the UK. This year they want to raise more.

Theresa May said, “Every year nearly 44,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer. Like many others, I know people who have lost friends and family members to breast cancer. I would like to encourage everyone in the constituency and throughout the country to support ‘wear it pink’ day on October 26th to help raise funds for breast cancer research.”

Help Breast Cancer Campaign reach its target of £3.5 million and take part in the UK’s original and best pink day. To register and to receive your free fundraising pack either call free phone 0800 107 3104 or visit