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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A Fantastic Catch!
A massive thank you to ‘Manx Boat Fishing’ for donating £511. The money was raised from the raffle held on the Presentation night for their 3 day Fishing Festival held in July. This is the third time we have received such a fabulous amount from them, and we all thank everyone involved for their continued support. The photo shows Jamie Hinchliffe (organiser) Sharon and Michael Emery.
Game, set and match!
The Friday morning ladies club at Arbory Lawn Tennis Club have raised £86 for us. Thank you ladies it is very much appreciated.
£928!! How great is that?
Jackie and Sharon have just been presented with a cheque from Louise Beech, her husband Richard and daughter Imogen, Louise was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years ago and we were able to give her and her family a little bit of help. They organised a 'Night at the Races' at Colby Football Club and raised this fabulous amount for us. Thank you so much, and it was great to see Louise looking so well.
Jackie, Sharon, Richard, Louise and Imogen
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