Other Ways to Support Us


Amazon is now donating a percentage of the purchase price of millions of products to UK charities, at no extra cost to customers or the charities that they select.

How AmazonSmile works

For the donation to be triggered, customers must visit When you buy qualifying items Amazon will then donate 0.5% of the net purchase price, excluding VAT, shipping fees and returns to your choice of UK registered charity. Your choice of charity is made when you first visit the site but can be changed at any time – the donations are made at NO EXTRA COST to you as the consumer or us as the charity, so why not register the Pink Ribbon Foundation as your preferred charity and help us to support those with a breast cancer diagnosis.

Donations are usually rounded up and will be sent to the Pink Ribbon Foundation approximately 28 days after the end of the following calendar quarter. So that you never miss an opportunity to raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation, why not download Smilematic, a free Chrome extension that will automatically turn your everyday Amazon purchases into AmazonSmile donations. Simply click here to add Smilematic to your browser. There are no popups or annoyances. Shop Amazon as usual but now 0.5% of everything you spend will be donated to your favourite charity. It’s that simple. Get Smilematic for Chrome today and raise money on autopilot.

Lisa Allen, Head of Corporate Partnerships, PR and Events, says: "AmazonSmile will provide a new way for people to support the Pink Ribbon Foundation, helping us to support more women (and a smaller percentage of men) living with a breast cancer diagnosis."


Earn a bit. Give a bit. Everyone benefits.

When you're selling, the real beauty of eBay for Charity is that there's something for everyone - yourself included. You decide exactly what percentage of your final selling price you'd like to give to charity (that's the Pink Ribbon Foundation sorted), and what percentage you'd like for yourself (that's you sorted).

eBay for Charity listings are the same as any other eBay listing, except for the blue and yellow eBay for Charity ribbon in search results and your chosen charity's mission statement and logo in your listing. This means your listing can be seen by everyone who searches through It'll also get extra visibility through the eBay for Charity pages.

It's the perfect way to make a difference – while doing what you do every day on eBay, whether you're a fishing enthusiast selling angling gear or a big business trading electronics.

Every time you list an item for charity, you'll get a fee credit on your basic insertion and final value fees equal to the percentage you donate. So, if you donate 50% of your selling price to a charity, eBay will waive 50% of your fees.

Gift Aid is one of the easiest ways to make your donation tax effective. Using Gift Aid means that for every pound you give, the charity will receive an extra 25p from the government.

Simply log into PayPal Gift Aid to make your declaration. When your charity item sells, provided you pay more in UK income or capital gains tax than you're asking charities to claim back in each tax year, the PayPal Giving Fund will collect the Gift Aid from the government and pass it on to your chosen charity.

So, what are you waiting for? Earn money – donate money – and declutter at the same time!


Gifting Prizes

We regularly run raffles, auctions and competitions – both online and at events – and are always grateful to receive prizes from brands who want to support our charity.

Whether it’s a coveted item, a bundle of goodies, or an incredible experience, premium prizes can significantly improve the fundraising potential of a competitive campaign.

We’re always very happy to express our gratitude to our competition partners by tagging them across all relevant social media posts, as well as in our online and print marketing material.

If you’d like to donate something towards a future campaign, we’d love to hear from you!


Leave a gift in your Will

By pledging to leave a gift in your Will to the Pink Ribbon Foundation, you will become an essential part of our effort to beat breast cancer for future generations.

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MuchLoved - your place to remember someone special and fundraise in their memory. MuchLoved is the UK’s leading online tribute charity, where you can remember someone special and fundraise in their memory. This unique online service enables someone bereaved to make a special personalised tribute page for their loved one, where they can share memories and remember them. They can add stories, photos, music, videos and celebrate their life and memory, as well as fundraise for good causes in their honour.

MuchLoved also provide bereavement information and support services, and work in partnership with other bereavement organisations and charities to help support those that have been bereaved. They work with over 5,000 UK charities, partner with over 500 Funeral Directors and have helped over 400,000 people remember their loved ones through a personal online tribute. To date they have helped to raise over £75 million for other good causes through their service.

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Payroll Giving

The Pink Ribbon Foundation is registered as a CAF ‘Give As You Earn’ charity. With payroll giving (also known as workplace giving) you’ll be providing the Pink Ribbon Foundation with a vital funding lifeline which allows us to continue to support those affected by breast cancer.

Payroll giving is an easy, tax-effective way to give to charity – so it costs employees less to give more. The system is easy to opt in and out of, giving donors full control over their giving and regular donations. Research also shows that working for a philanthropically-minded organisation aids staff retention and happiness.

To support us, your HR team can sign up with ‘Give As You Earn’ and encourage employees to take part.


Pink Ribbons

Our pink ribbons are the perfect way to collect donations on behalf of the Pink Ribbon Foundation. They make an ideal addition to fundraisers at work, school, sporting events and gala’s as well as helping individuals to meet their fundraising target. Ribbons are available in bags of 100, but we are happy to send any amount. We can also provide a cardboard collection pot or for large scale events, pink buckets which are sent directly from our supplier with labels and security seals.

If your company has physical stores or your company has a reception area, why not leave a donation pot at the till? Small change from customers and visitors soon mounts up!

Please send us an email to order your pink ribbons


Skydive for the Pink Ribbon Foundation

A Tandem skydive is the easiest and most popular of all skydives. It requires only 30 minutes of training before you then jump strapped to your instructor! The BPA (British Parachute Association) qualified tandem instructor does all of the hard work for you, allowing you to enjoy the exhilarating feeling of flying through the clouds from over 10,000 feet at up to 120 mph! It is a truly unforgettable experience.

To jump for FREE all you need to do is raise a minimum of £395 for the Pink Ribbon Foundation. It really is that simple! You can reserve your place initially with a £70 deposit and spend the rest of your time fundraising in the lead up to your jump. As long as you reach this target all costs are covered including your sponsorship, allowing you to take part in your very own skydiving adventure - whilst at the same time raising vital funds to support those affected by breast cancer!

How to get started skydiving for FREE -

1. BOOK NOW: click here and enter the Pink Ribbon Foundation as your chosen charity, along with your details. Here you'll need to select your airfield and a couple of dates that you can do. If you aren't sure of your closest airfield just take a look at the airfield map.

2. There's a £70 deposit required to book in, but don't worry this is part of the £395 that we ask you to raise so you're welcome to reimburse yourself the cost with any cash sponsors you collect once you've hit your target!

3. Start fundraising! Once your jump has been confirmed you're all set; you can raise money either online with a fundraising page or offline with cash sponsors. Click here to set up a fundraising page with the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

Don’t forget to share your photos with us and tag the Pink Ribbon Foundation in social media.

Good luck!

(You can watch our very own Lisa Allen taking on her charity skydive for the Pink Ribbon Foundation here:


Sell your new and preloved clothes to raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation. The Pink Ribbon Foundation is delighted to partner with Worn By Us, which is a fantastic opportunity to raise extra funds for our charity. Worn By Us aims to raise funds for the Pink Ribbon Foundation via donated stock from individuals and retailers on a continual basis. We seek NEW and PRELOVED high quality and designer fashion items for RESALE providing funds to support those affected by breast cancer. To donate YOUR items, please email

How it works:
Step 1: Contact us at: to tell us how many items you would like to sell and confirm that you are supporting the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Step 2: We will send you the relevant packaging for you to fill with your items.
Step 3: When you are ready to send your items to us you can use our Collect+ service.
Step 4: When we receive your items, they will be sorted, photographed and listed for sale on our Ebay shop and other resale platforms as appropriate.
Step 5: We will contact you after 3 months of items being listed for sale to provide an update of sales achieved and to arrange payment to your charity of choice. The Pink Ribbon Foundation will receive 50% of the sale price received for each item sold. We will discuss with you options for items not sold at this stage.

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Need some fundraising ideas?

Have a look at our A to Z of Fundraising ideas leaflet. It’s full of over 100 great things to do from Aerobics and Kiss-a-thons, to Zombie parties. There’s bound to be something right up your street.


Who can apply for a grant?

We are delighted to have awarded grants to many and various charities concerned with breast cancer. Any charity working in the field of breast cancer both nationally and internationally can apply.

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