Help us raise awareness this World Ovarian Cancer Day!

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Early detection is our best means of improving survival rates, yet 90% of UK women are unable to name all 4 symptoms of ovarian cancer. We want to change this, but we need your help. 

May 8th 2019 is World Ovarian Cancer Day and we will be handing out 33,000 white roses with symptoms cards attached in cities throughout the UK, representing the number of British women currently living with the disease and acting as a symbol of hope for a world without ovarian cancer. 

This is an amazing opportunity to raise awareness of a disease that does not get the same attention as other, more high profile cancers, and to reach women across the UK with information that could potentially save their life.

Are you able to spare a few hours of your time? We’re looking for volunteers who are available from 5.30 - 7.30pm on Wednesday May 8th to hand out white roses in the following locations: 

  • Bath 
  • Birmingham 
  • Bristol
  • Cardiff
  • Chelmsford
  • Edinburgh 
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool 
  • London (multiple locations)