Future Dreams is raising funds to support women through their breast cancer journey.
FD works on a number of campaigns to create awareness and fund research projects, with a main
focus on secondary breast cancer.
Future Dreams held it’s 5th ladies lunch at the renowned Savoy Hotel on 7th October 2019. The elegant and emotional event was attended by over 350 guests and a host of celebrities including Elizabeth Hurley, Gaby Roslin, Melissa Hemsley and a stunning performance from famed singer Jack Savoretti. The event raised a staggering £300,000 which will help to sustain Future Dreams House which is due to open in Autumn 2020 and will be a centre where women, men and their families can receive free, personalised support to address the emotional and physical side-effects of a breast cancer diagnosis. The ladies lunch was a huge success and we thank everyone for their wonderful and continued support.
We need your support for our urgent appeal, to open Future Dreams House -
the new London home to Breast Cancer Haven.
Future Dreams is thrilled to announce confirmation of planning approval to open Future Dreams House which will be national charity Breast Cancer Haven’s, flagship London breast cancer support centre, following the closure of their Fulham site in 2019. The House will be located on Birkenhead Street, within a minute’s walk from King’s Cross station.
FDH will be a centre where women, men and their families can receive free, personalised support to address the emotional and physical side-effects of a breast cancer diagnosis. It will make Future Dreams founders Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie’s dreams of ensuring nobody should ever have to face this illness on their own a reality. Future Dreams has been working and fundraising tirelessly to fund this project for over 3 years. The charity anticipates FDH to open in Autumn of 2020.
Our founders Sylvie and Danielle were determined that no one face breast cancer alone, so fought through their own treatments to put on an ambitious and spectacular fundraising event. Since 2008 we have continued their legacy to raise over £6.3m for support, awareness and research.See our story