Every £1 you contribute helps us to work towards a future where no one dies of lobular breast cancer.
Every time you take part in a fundraising event wearing a t-shirt that mentions lobular breast cancer, you increase awareness of this misunderstood disease.
We’re delighted to announce the launch of our first official event “Walking our Mammaries” for 2022. 8 women, all with a lobular diagnosis will be walking mountains named after breasts. You can find out more information further down the page.
If you want to get involved, on Saturday 21 May 2022, you can “walk your own mammary” near where you live and help to raise funds for LBCUK. You can find out more here.
If you have ideas for a specific fundraising activity, we can support you and celebrate your success. It might be running the Manchester Marathon, taking part in the Kiltwalk or doing your longest swim in a lake in Wales,
Simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate to Us
If you want to make a donation to us, thank you. Your support helps us to make a difference in the lives of people affected by lobular breast cancer. Please use our online donation form.
This enables us to claim Gift Aid which makes your donation go further.
Partnering with Us
If you are an organisation interested in partnering with us, please contact our Chair Claire Turner at email@example.com
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Josie Lloyd, author and new LBCUK Patron, joins our first official fundraising challenge event Walking our Mammaries. Josie, who wrote the critically-acclaimed novel The Cancer Ladies Running Club, is taking part in our unique walking challenge, to walk hills and...