When you bin the beige and wear it pink, you’ve got to work it!
Tracy Scott’s life was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with breast cancer – she’s now a survivor of eight years. For the last five years Tracy has been organising wear it pink events at work during October. This year is no different. Watch the video to hear Tracy’s story and top tips.
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Things to do now
Top ideas for fundraising
It’s easy to get everyone involved. Here are some quick ideas to get you started!
The trusted favourite - a big pink bake off! Find the cupcake kings and queens in your office and hold a pink cake sale. It's a great way to raise some extra dough!
Has your office got the x-factor? Belt out those classics at a karaoke night and vote for your favourite. It might be more a case of look good, sing bad!
Get colleagues to bring in photos of themselves as babies then charge £2 a time to guess who’s who. You could have a prize for the lucky winner, as well as a good laugh.
Denise Silcock, Editor and Director of “Living in BL”, Bolton
"We support wear it pink every year. It’s such an easy activity to get involved with and one that we all love to do."
"Over the years it has become a real community event - with the Mayor accompanying local Breast Cancer Campaign supporters, councillors, MPs and businesses.
“Every year we host a fancy dress event with a pink buffet and pink bubbles to raise money for breast cancer research. This year will be no different and promises to be a lot of fun!
"wear it pink is a fab way to raise money and have fun at the same time."