Isle of Man Breastcare
Providing direct support to the island's breast cancer patients and their families with over 18 years experience.
Our funds go DIRECTLY to patients and their families to help them through difficult times. Not to be confused with another island breast cancer charity fundraising for a Breast Unit at Noble’s.
We are a Registered Charity set up by local women who have all experienced breast cancer themselves, providing emotional, practical and financial support to patients, their friends and families through trained counsellors. We have a positive working relationship with local healthcare providers and represent the concerns and interests of Breast Cancer patients.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION please click here.
Jude’s Nepal Trek for IOM Breast Care
Jude Clague-Walsh is trekking the Himalayas to raise money for IOM Breast Care, in memory of her lovely friend Kate Dowman.
In August 2010, whilst showering Jude discovered a lump behind her nipple and everything in her life changed. Read her full story on her fundraising Just Giving page. It's not too long before she heads out to Nepal for her nine day trek, so please support her if you can.
UPDATE! This foot is will not see the foothills soon! READ MORE
Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Osborne of Douglas who recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Instead of gifts at their party, they asked for donations to our charity, as they lost their daughter Diane to breast cancer in 2014 aged 56. Mrs Osborne gave me £316! Thank you so much.
Santa comes early with £2500!
A huge thank you to everyone at the Peel Charity Shop. Sharon was invited to attend their coffee morning on Friday to collect a donation along with 14 other charities and had no idea how much, in the past thay have given two donations of £500. Sharon opened the envelope to find a cheque for £2500!! and was overwhelmed. They do such a great job, giving donations to all sorts of charities, large and small. Long may they continue. Please support them.
THANK YOU! £18,278 raised
from 'Fashion for Life 2015'