This March we want everyone to TAKE OVAR to raise money, awareness and to support women with ovarian cancer. We'll send you everything you need to make your fundraising a success.
Your support will save lives
- £50 could help 200 people learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer, making sure they know when to visit their GP.
- £100 could train 200 GPs on ovarian cancer and best practice for early diagnosis, getting more women into treatment sooner.
- £500 could pay for two days of medical research into more effective treatments for the future.
Shout out loud
Get started immediately by sharing the symptoms on social media. Our resources page has infographics and images for you to share with your friends and followers.
Bake Some Noise
Have a blast with your family, friends and neighbours over a cup of tea and slice of homemade cake or create a buzz with a bake sale at work!
The money you raise will be the perfect icing on the cake - ask for donations for tasty treats, get competitive with a bake off or why not rustle up a raffle?
The Big Colour Clash
Shout out with your boldest and brightest clothes on Friday 9 March. TAKE OVAR the office, ask your colleagues to donate for taking part and drum up support with a prize for the most outlandish outfit! Why not use our template letter to ask your local school to join in too?
Share photos on social media using #BigColourClash so that whether you’re at work or home you’ll be part of the day.
Turn up the volume with a disco, karaoke sing along, choir performance or why not go big with a ball! Raise funds by selling tickets, asking your guests to donate for their favourite song or holding a bucket collection in the interval.
Whatever you choose, make sure you grab the mic and raise awareness!
One in 50 women will develop ovarian cancer in their lifetime. We challenge you to save lives by raising awareness with 50 people and raising £50.
Hand out symptoms leaflets while asking for donations for pin badges and wristbands at an awareness stand or at work.
11,000 steps a day
11 women die every day from ovarian cancer. Take 11,000 steps a day this March to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.