Bring Cuffs your bras! - Help us fight breast cancer!
And yes, we really do want your unloved bras! From now until the 26th March 2023, we will be collecting your bras in our pink recycling bin our Ford showroom.
Organised by V2 Radio, we are proud to take part in the scheme as a collection point for Against Breast Cancer's Bra recycling scheme the upshot is that for every tonne of bras collected raises £700 to fund research to help beat breast cancer once and for all!
Just bring them to us (clean!) and pop them in our pink recycling bin
Thank you! We really appreciate your supports!
Want to know more?
This from againstbreastcancer.org.uk
About Against Breast Cancer
"Against Breast Cancer is the story of the personal crusade of our founders Dr Anthony Leathem and his wife Patricia in their quest for a future free of breast cancer.
Today, Against Breast Cancer funds pioneering research into new treatments, tools for earlier diagnosis and advice to reduce the risk of recurrence and secondary spread. Working with expert scientists we want to increase the survival rates of all breast cancer patients and ultimately, discover a vaccine against breast cancer."
About Bra Recylcing
"Our bra recycling scheme takes your unwanted or unloved bras and through our network of bra banks raises vital funds for pioneering breast cancer research.
The same bras also help to support small businesses in developing countries in Africa and around the world. Together with our recycling partners, our textile recovery project prevents these bras going into landfill before giving them a new lease of life in countries such as Togo, Ghana and Kenya, where bras remain expensive to produce locally.
Successful ventures like this provide an income for families in developing countries whilst providing employment for people living in the UK. Any bras that are genuinely beyond redemption are dismantled and disposed of properly.
For every tonne of bras collected, Against Breast Cancer receives £700 to fund our research. With over 30 million women in the UK you could really help make a difference!"