Fundraising Stories

The Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven is an independent charity which relies solely on donations. All our care is free to patients.

With the aim of raising £200,000 a year, we are reliant on the wonderful local community who kindly support us with such fantastic and awe-inspiring events.

Listed below are just a few of the recent events people have undertaken to support and raise money for Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven. If you’re feeling inspired and would like to get involved, please do give us a call on the office number 01905 733 786.

Thank you to the Vale Golf Club!

A huge thanks to everyone at the Vale Golf Club near Evesham who this week presented us with a cheque for over £8,000 from fund-raising activities they have run over the golfing year.  We massively appreciate it and thank you

Carol singing at Asda on 1 December

The lovely Phoenix Singers are carol singing at Asda in Worcester on Saturday 1 December 2-4pm.  If you are shopping in town then, call by and enjoy their festive voices (and drop some pennies into their buckets for us!)

Christmas Wreath Making with Jacquie

My friend Celia & I have been making our own Christmas wreaths in her kitchen for a few years. It always puts us in the mood for Christmas: the smell of the evergreens, mince pies for lunch and carols playing

Sue Cole’ East to West Scotland Challenge – May 2017

I wanted to raise money for the Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven because several friends have already passed through the doors, and come out successfully, one unfortunately didn’t make it though, only through the exit door to life. The unit is

Nina Edwards Skydive – November 2016

I started my fundraising in 2016, I was 19 and I decided I was going to do a skydive in support of my sister and for the Worcestershire Breast Unit. I had always wanted to do this and I was

Malvern Hills Piano Push – June 2017

A colleague and friend of ours Nicky, was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. We decided that we would like to do something as a gesture of support so decided that……we would, by people power alone, transport a piano from central