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Fundraise For 2024

There are loads of ways you can raise money to support those touched by breast cancer throughout the UK - especially during the festive season and the new year.


Check Your Knits!  Wear your Christmas jumper this December to help spread awareness for breast cancer and raise funds that will go towards the running of our support services into 2024. Follow the step-by-step instructions below, get your jumpers out and help us on our mission to ensure nobody faces breast cancer alone.

  1. Set up a Just Giving page for Christmas Jumper Day – Thursday 7 December
  2. Promote Christmas Jumper Day in your workplace, ask everyone to participate and for everyone to make a donation via Just Giving.
  3. Check you knits and get ready for the day
  4. Have some fun on the day.  Give a prize to the best dressed. Take/share photos.  Make sure to tag us on your social media so we can repost your pictures!

For any questions please contact


Are you a streamer or interested in streaming to raise money for Future Dreams?

Streaming for charity is a great, interactive way to fundraise. Try cooking or baking, hosting a class, doing a challenge, gaming, or just sitting and talking to camera! Streaming allows audiences from all across the world to join in on your fundraiser, which increases your potential for raising a great total.

Download a streaming app, sign up and using your computer or mobile device and get streaming!

  • Consider using a microphone and ring light to add a professional feel to your stream, ensuring the video quality as well as the sound quality is the best it can be
  • Let friends, family and followers know you are streaming. Spread the word!
  • Ensure your stream runs smoothly by planning subjects to speak about and activities to do to keep your viewers engaged.


Toby getting rid of his hair he has grown since lockdown to raise money for Future Dreams.
fundraise for 2024

If you have a fundraiser in mind please get in touch. We’d be delighted to work with you to maximise your efforts and raise valuable awareness. Ten inspirational ideas…

  1. Participate in Dry January
  2. Take on a walking/running/cycling/swimming challenge – please go to our challenge page for inspiration
  3. Cut, shave or dye your hair pink
  4. Hold a charity cake sale, raffle or auction
  5. Sell your preloved clothes, accessories or your own crafts and donate all or a percentage of the proceeds
  6. Host an event – from a coffee morning to a quiz night, a film night to a gala dinner
  7. Donate whilst you shop online.  Go to easyfundraising or websites such as Kinder Gifts
  8. Put a collection pot in your home, community centre or office
  9. Set up a birthday or anniversary fundraiser by requesting donations rather than gifts
  10. Host a charity golf day, crazy golf tournament, netball or five-a-side football tournament

For details on how to set up your own Just Giving page please CLICK HERE

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OUR fundraising champions

Take a look at some of our challengers stories and learn more about those who have fundraised for Future Dreams. Get ideas about your next possible fundraiser, read personal stories and reasons for getting involved and learn more about the difference you can make.

  • GET INVOLVED AND be inspired

    Looking to be inspired? Read stories about those who have got involved and fundraised for Future Dreams. We love to celebrate our fundraisers and who have joined ‘The Dream Team’. Read about our bake sale dreamers, garden party organisers, kind birthday donations and school triathlons.

    Read about our Fundraising Champions
Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie founders of Future Dreams breast cancer support
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Donate to those touched by BREAST cancer

Sylvie and Danielle began Future Dreams with just £100 in 2008. They believed nobody should face breast cancer alone.  Their legacy lives on in Future Dreams House.  We couldn’t continue to fund support services for those touched by breast cancer, raise awareness of breast cancer and promote early diagnosis and advance research into secondary breast cancer without your help. Please consider partnering with us or making a donation.

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