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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.

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THANK YOU!  £18,278 raised

from 'Fashion for Life 2015'

Isle of Man Breast Care’s Fashion For Life Show once again proved to be an emotional yet incredibly fun evening raising vital funds for our charity. The show, which this year was being sponsored by Lasenby Knox and once again supported by M&S and Shoprite, was at the Villa Marina on Friday October 23rd and compered by Dot Tilbury MBE and Geoff Corkish MBE MLC. This year marked the 10th anniversary for the event held every two years and features a mix of music and dance with breast cancer patients and survivors modeling a range of current season must have clothes and accessories from M&S.  MORE

Late Xmas pressy, £500!
Yet again the very generous people at the Christmas Mart
auctioned a 20lb turkey supplied as usual by Kenny Sloane. They raised money for 3 charities this year. IOM Breastcare, Hospice and The Motor Neurone Association. Their continued support is really appreciated.


The cheque was presented by Roger Chadwick to Sharon and Jackie Elliott, Kenny Sloane is centre back.

Pilates Raffle raises £310
Thank you to Lizzy Main of Pilates Isle of Man, who kindly held a Christmas raffle at all her classes, raising a fabulous £310! The photo shows Lizzy in the centre and Scott from Filbey's Restaurant, Peel, who generously donated a meal for 2 as one of the prizes.

Swim to Scotland!!
Congratulations to two mermaids! Fiona Ango and Martina O'Brien who completed a 'Swim to Scotland' challenge at the Palace pool. They both completed a staggering 1,733 length swim, which is the same distance as The Point of Ayre to Burrowhead in Dumfries!! They raised £205 for us. Thank you so much girls.


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