Wear Something Orange for Breast Cancer UK

We’re inviting you to join us to support breast cancer prevention by Wearing Something Orange for the day.

It’s simple just invite your school, college, university, community group, colleagues or friends to Wear Something Orange for the day and make a small donation per person to take part.

Everyone who Wears Something ORANGE is doing something amazing towards preventing breast cancer.

Every year 56,000 women hear the words you have breast cancer. Yet at least 30% of these cases could be prevented through lifestyle changes.

By choosing to wear something ORANGE you’ll be supporting our scientists to carry out animal-free research into the causes of breast cancer to help prevent breast cancer in future generations. You’ll be helping reduce the number of people getting breast cancer, saving suffering – saving lives.

Paul Baddeley, Head Teacher of Holywell CofE Primary School said: “Holywell school was delighted to be a part of this important event. As part of our school values, the importance of compassion, generosity, courage and perseverance are celebrated. The children recognised all of these qualities in the work of this charity and were pleased to do what they could to help.”

How to get involved?

If you’d like to Wear Something Orange, please sign up below and we’ll send you our fundraising pack, filled with hints and tips to make your fundraising a success.

If you have any questions, would like to discuss taking part by wearing something ORANGE or have any other fundraising ideas, please contact me at [email protected] or call 0845 680 1322.

Don’t forget to take lots of pictures and tag us using @breastcanceruk on social media!

Chip in to help prevent breast cancer in future generations

Now more than ever, we need your help. Together we can help lower people’s risk of developing breast cancer. If you’ve found the information on our website helpful, then please consider making a donation today. Thank you.