Every year, wear it pink is fronted by amazing supporters, each with their own reasons for getting involved and their own story to tell. We’d love to introduce you to just a few of them.
Becca was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017 and wears pink to raise awareness and show her support for others going through treatment.
Valerie is a great supporter of Breast Cancer Now, doing whatever she can to fundraise.
Rich lost his mum to breast cancer and now he is part of the community raising awareness and supporting others.
Brenda has been fundraising for Breast Cancer Now for four years. She tells us what she has learnt from previous events and her daredevil ideas for this year’s wear it pink.
Dani is always keen to put a smile on people's faces, and wants to turn her experience of breast cancer into something positive.
Amberley was diagnosed with breast cancer on 28 June 2017 at the age of 23. She now wears pink to raise awareness for the disease, and highlight the importance of checking your breasts.
Sharon was diagnosed with primary breast cancer in 2013. Since then, she and her family have been fundraising for Breast Cancer Now.
Johnny has been supporting Breast Cancer Now since his sister was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2013.
April found out she is a carrier of the BRCA 2 gene mutation after being diagnosed with Grade 3 breast cancer. She shares her experience with the world to try and take away the myths and fears cancer can bring.