Make this Mother’s Day Matter and help in the fight against Breast Cancer
This March, Breakthrough Breast Cancer is urging to people to get behind their new campaign to raise funds and Make Mother’s Day Matter.
It couldn’t be easier to spoil your Mum whilst also lending your support to this pioneering charity. Just visit http://breakthrough.org.uk/mothersday and for a suggested donation download one of ten unique and stylish vouchers designed to make your Mum feel extra special.
Each voucher, which can be personalised and printed, represents a promise from you to your Mum, and these range from making her breakfast in bed, to doing 3 hours of gardening, to cleaning her car, to giving her some peace and quiet. As well as promising to treat your Mum to something special this Mothering Sunday, by making the suggested donation to Breakthrough Breast Cancer of the equivalent value of the voucher you will be helping keep families affected by this terrible disease together for longer.
Breast cancer is a disease which devastates nearly 48,000 women and their families every year. By making a donation to the campaign you will be helping Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s life saving research work and moving them closer to their vision of a future free from the fear of breast cancer.
As a thank you for your support, when taking part and downloading a Mother’s Day voucher, you will automatically be entered into a competition for a chance to win an amazing spa treatment for 2 people at The Chancery Court Hotel, so you can treat your Mum twice over.
Helen Aithie, Product Development Fundraiser from Breakthrough Breast Cancer, said:
“We really hope that this Mother’s Day people get behind our campaign and help to make it matter. By downloading a voucher and donating a small amount, not only are you giving your Mum an extra special treat, but you are also helping Breakthrough to save lives, so that more Mums can be around for many more Mother’s Days to come. I urge everyone to visit our site and get downloading, so we can Make this Mother’s Day really Matter.”