Paint Your Town Pink

Paint Your Town Pink

Paint Your Town Pink is an awareness and fundraising campaign that brings the whole neighbourhood together.

Individuals, schools and businesses in local communities put their thinking caps on to arrange fun and fabulous pink related activities in support of Prevent Breast Cancer. We’re talking pink shop windows, pink dishes and drinks at restaurants and cafes, pink sports matches, cake sales, community BBQs… any thing you like!

 

FEELING INSPIRED?

We’re here to help! We’re more than happy to provide you with support, ideas, as well as leaflets, collection boxes, branded merchandise, balloons, bunting, pink tutus, and more!

Simply contact the team on 0161 291 4400 or drop an email to info@preventbreastcancer.org.uk

 

NEXT UP – PAINT ALTRICHAM PINK!

From 21st March until 3rd April 2022, Altrincham will be awash in pink. Please let us know how you plan to participate in Paint Altrincham Pink by filling in the form below.

Paint Your Town Pink

PREVIOUSLY PAINTED TOWNS

We’ve been lucky to have many villages and towns involved over the years. Read all about what these communities have got up to and take a look at their fantastic photos by clicking the links below:

COVID-19

Always remember to follow government guidelines around Covid-19 – keep your distance from other walkers and wear a mask.

 

ABOUT PREVENT BREAST CANCER

Prevent Breast Cancer is the only UK charity entirely dedicated to the prediction and prevention of breast cancer – we’re committed to freeing the world from the disease altogether. Unlike many cancer charities, we’re focused on preventing, rather than curing. Promoting early diagnosis, screening and lifestyle changes, we believe we can stop the problem before it starts. And being situated at the only breast cancer prevention centre in the UK, we’re right at the front-line in the fight against the disease.

Join us today and help us create a future free from breast cancer. If you have any questions or concerns, email info@preventbreastcancer.org.uk today.