Pink Hygiene is pleased to announce that Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a charity that they have been supporting over the last year, has now merged with Breast Cancer UK to form Breast Cancer Now.
The recent joining of charities has ensured that the newly formed brand is now the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, with the ambition of stopping women dying from breast cancer by 2050. They have vowed to fund the brightest researchers from across the UK and Ireland to see its vision realised.
The charity is dedicated to funding research into the devastating disease, which kills a thousand women every month in the UK alone. It will work collaboratively across the sector to bring together all those affected to fund research, to share knowledge and, ultimately, to find answers.
Due to the merger and the birth of this new charity, from June Pink Hygiene will now be supporting Breast Cancer Now.
Pink Hygiene’s Director, Adam Speck comments- “Due to our historic relationship with Breakthrough Breast Cancer, we felt that it was only right to continue to support them as they embark on this exciting new venture. We are still fully committed to donating and raising as much money for this cause as possible and are excited to see what the future brings.”
For more information about the new charity, visit www.breastcancernow.org