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We wanted to share with you our suggestions for credible factual and scientific sources of information:
We also want to let you know that we are supporting our staff to ensure that we are able to continue our important efforts to reduce risks and prevent breast cancer, and importantly we continue to be here for you our supporters.
We know that a great many people have events planned or are in the process of beginning to organise them. Some of these will be postponed or cancelled and other hard working supporters will be having to make decisions regarding their plans.
We want you to know we are here to help you. Whether you are having to postpone an event, moving it online, letting people know via social media or need help with alternative ideas to fundraise, please feel free to contact one of our team: Victoria Goldsmith, our Community Fundraising Officer or Michelle Longman, our Head of Fundraising.
Meanwhile, we are working hard to create some fun online and virtual activities that will help us all pass the time, raise some smiles and share new ideas for how you can support our work.
Sending all of you our best wishes and thoughts.
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