Individual giving

There are so many ways that you can help us to make a difference!

Give monthly

Having a steady income is invaluable, allowing us to continue our pioneering research into new surgical breast reconstruction techniques. Making a monthly donation will help us to hit our £2 million target sooner and bring our research to patients by 2017.

Fundraise

There’s a reason it’s called fundraising – raising money for charity is great fun! So whether you sign up for a sporting challenge, or get some friends together to put on an event, inject some fun into your charitable giving with our fundraising ideas!

Philanthropy

Large donations are a principal source of income for RAFT’s Life After Breast Cancer Fund and have been instrumental in helping to launch our research projects in the UK and USA.

Leave a legacy

Remembering RAFT in your will ensures the future of our invaluable research for many years to come. Simply speak to your lawyer or will-writer who will be able to set up your legacy and explain any taxable benefits.

Give in memory

When you have lost a loved one, a tribute fund is a perfect way to create a lasting legacy to celebrate their life. You and your loved one’s friends and family can donate to the tribute fund or raise money for it, creating a positive and lasting tribute while also providing vital financial support for our work.

Community fundraising events

Every year we secure places in major community events, like Tough Mudder and the Virgin London Marathon, for our supporters who wish to take part whilst fundraising for us. Whether you want to run, cycle or swim, or fancy an exciting overseas challenge, we’re eager to support you. Get a group of friends together or join our team, either way, you’re in good company as you mentally and physically prepare yourself for your next adventure all the while raising vital funds for our groundbreaking medical research.

 


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We understand that rebuilding lives after breast cancer does not finish with a mastectomy