Join The Eve Appeal and Go Red for the right reasons this Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month.
Holding a Go Red day will be a little different this September because of the coronavirus pandemic but that doesn’t mean it has to be any less fun*.
Simply, sign up for your free fundraising pack, pick a date in Gynae Cancer Awareness Month (September), invite friends, family and colleagues to your online party, wear Red and raise much-needed funds and awareness.
Your support is needed now more than ever. Eve research found that 80% of women wouldn’t get an unexpected vaginal bleeding investigated immediately– a symptom of three of the five gynae cancers. We want to make sure every woman knows her normal and gets abnormal bleeding checked, so Go Red for the right reasons this September and help save women’s lives.
Your support will help raise awareness of gynaecological cancers and their symptoms, so everyone knows their normal and gets bleeding checked, fund medical research into early detection, risk prediction and prevention and keep our nurse-led information service going to provide anyone with a gynae concern the information they need.
Sign up today (clicking the link above) for your free fundraising pack or give the Eve Team a call on 020 7605 0100.
If you would like to take on something sporty during Go Red we have two amazing activities for you to choose from:
- A (Virtual) Trek to Remember– walk the Yorkshire Three Peaks in the comfort of your own home
- Go Red Run– walk, run or jog in this virtual 5k, 10, half marathon or full marathon on 13th September
*When organising your Go Red event please follow the government’s guidelines on social distancing – we are recommending that you hold your event virtually but if you do have an in-person Go Red Day in the office or outdoors, then keep to current government guidelines (we will be update our materials as guidelines change).
If you would like to contact our gynaecological cancer information service, Ask Eve, which offers information and support on all five gynae cancers Freephone 0808 802 0019 (free for landlines and mobiles) or email firstname.lastname@example.org