In conjunction with the European Cancer Patients Coalition, where Fight Bladder Cancer leads on bladder cancer, we have created some of our biggest ever campaigns to help get improvements which are so important to us all. We really hope that you will join in with our campaigns by putting up posters, spreading the word on social media, talking to friends about bladder cancer and joining in with some of our events.
You can register to receive a free toolkit about all the ways you can join in with our Bladder Cancer Awareness Month’s activities by click on this link and you can buy our very special campaign T-shirts from our shop here on the website.
You can also download a special campaign Awareness Poster that we hope you will be able to put up in public places near you such as in your GP surgery, workplace toilets, shopping centres, pubs and restaurants. Please make sure you ask permission before you put them up! The download, together with other awareness campaign items, can be found here.
Do look out for any media coverage that we might get, follow us on social media (Twitter and Facebook) and join in as much as you can!
A TIME TO REFLECT
Bubbles for Bladder Cancer is an annual event for people across the world affected by bladder cancer. This special day in May we remember all those who have lost their fight with this awful disease, but it is also a time when we stand together for those currently undergoing treatment and everyone who is affected by bladder cancer. No matter where you live in the world you can join in. At 10 am local time, wherever we are, we stand still for a moment and blow bubbles, thinking about how bladder cancer has affected people we know and love. If you can, please take a picture of yourself or your family blowing bubbles and post it up on social media with the #bladdercancer so that we can all help to get people talking about the disease. Follow our Facebook page or Twitter to find out more about the date for 2019.
We are hoping that Walking 4 Bladder Cancer will become a really big annual event across the country. From a single walk in 2017, we now have many walks set up where you can join in and a number of Hero Walks where individuals are challenging themselves with walks like the 3 Peaks in Yorkshire and climbing Snowdon.
For details for our walks across the UK, please email us at email@example.com
The walk details for the key locations will be added early in 2019.
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