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September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month and is a great opportunity to get in on the action and do your bit to help us raise awareness of blood cancers.
There are lots of ways to get involved… here are just a few!
*Ribbons and all downloadable materials will be available from September 1st.
Whether it’s a bake sale at work, a pub quiz in your local, a sponsored car wash or your own charity ball, there are lots of ways you can raise a little or a lot of money this Blood Cancer Awareness Month! Speak to our Community Fundraising Team for more information on how to get started!
Whether you run, swim or climb, we’ve got lots of events for you to get your teeth stuck into and tick something off your bucket list!
If you have a favourite local store, pub or restaurant, why not consider ‘adopting’ a collecting tin? Ask if they can display them and let the public do the rest. Small change makes a big difference. Get in touch with our Fundraising Team for more information.
What better way to raise awareness than by proudly pinning an awareness ribbon to your clothing? Simply donate a minimum of £2 to us in September and we’ll send you a ‘Be Blood Cancer Aware’ charity ribbon*.
*Ribbons ordered before September 1st will not be posted until the start of Blood Cancer Awareness Month
Help our message reach far and wide by getting involved with our Thunderclap!
A Thunderclap is a high-impact way of spreading a single message, on a single day to reach a huge audience – and share our video to raise awareness of the symptoms of blood cancers.
Once you’ve pledged your support to our Thunderclap, you don’t need to do anything - our video will automatically be shared to your Facebook or Twitter account on Tuesday 8th September.
Tell your GP all about our new online learning modules to help them understand blood cancer and their symptoms. Download one of our posters and take into your local surgery or hand it to them at your next appointment. You might just save a life…