We are committed to fundraising and to making sure that every penny raised is spent on some much needed equipment in the NHS
Boot Out Breast Cancer was set up in 2010 by Debbie Dowie who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. Many women receive diagnosis each year and the team at Boot Out Breast Cancer want to make a difference.
Since our first event in November 2010 and we have raised over £1,000,000 all spent on equipment in NHS Hospitals. We have provided equipment for The Royal Bolton NHS hospital, The Nightingale Centre NHS hospital in South Manchester, Thomas Linacre Breast Centre at Wrighington Wigan and Leigh NHS Hospital, Leighton NHS Hospital in Crewe, Chorley NHS Hospital, The Broadgreen NHS Hospital in Liverpool and the Paterson Institue next to The Christie. The equipment we have purchased is saving theatre time, anaesthetic and we believe giving that early diagnosis, which is key to ultimately saving lives.Read More
Magic & Moonlight
Boot Out Breast Cancer are delighted with the outcome of our fundraising ball at The Ball Room, The Principal Hotel, Manchester.
Over 360 people attended on the night and an incredible £100,000 was raised through donations, a raffle, silent and live auction prizes, and pledges. Including the fundraising on the months running up to the ball, Boot Out Breast Cancer has raised £195,000, which has now catapulted our total figure raised since 2010, to over £1,000,000.
Debbie Dowie, Chairman & Founder said, "This Magic and Moonlight fundraising ball has helped us to reach the magnificent sum of £1,000,000. I am in total awe of how amazing the evening was and we are already planning the Bollywood ball for 2020! I want to thank everyone for their continued support and very generous donations, we couldn’t do it without you!"