Asda Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Campaign

October 02, 2020  •  1 Comment

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Asda Maryhill Community Champion Lisa Bacon and Scottish influencer Kumba launch this years Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Campaign
Asda colleagues in Scotland learn #movesforboobs for Breast Cancer Awareness Month This October, Asda colleagues in Scotland will raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Now and new charity partner Coppafeel, as part of the retailer’s Tickled Pink campaign. By welcoming CoppaFeel! to the partnership alongside Breast Cancer Now for 2020, Asda and the charities are working together to help change the future of breast cancer in the UK. Over the past 24 years, Asda Tickled Pink has raised over £68 million for Breast Cancer charities - an incredible total which has funded vital breast cancer research and life-saving support. Each year Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign continues to have a huge impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer – raising money via pink products instore, as well as boosting vital awareness of breast cancer.  Lisa Bacon, Asda Maryhill Community Champion, said: “This year, as part of the Asda Tickled Pink campaign, I’m taking part in the #movesforboobs dance to help me remember how to check for the signs and symptoms of breast cancer with the help of Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel! “We’re asking our customer, colleagues and friends alike to learn the simple and easy to follow moves, check your boobs and then to share this with their friends, so we can learn more about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.”Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, and it has never been more important to raise money for breast cancer research and care, something Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has been working on for so long. To support Tickled Pink, and help towards this year’s fundraising total, a collection of exclusive pink products will be available to buy from Asda stores across the UK and online at ASDA.com throughout September and October. A percentage from each product sold will go to support Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel’s world-class research and life-changing support, including an exclusive pink can of Pringles, pink Special K and a range of George clothing.  Asda stores in Scotland are selling a number of Tickled Pink products in store during September and October. For more information on how to get involved and to learn more about the signs of breast cancer, please visit www.asda.com/tickled-pink ENDS Photo captions –Lisa Bacon, Asda Maryhill community champion is joined by Founder of Wholehearted Social and social media influencer Kumba Dauda to launch the Tickled Pink campaign in Scotland. Editors Notes:Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, with one in eight women facing it in their lifetime.Every 10 minutes in the UK, another person is diagnosed with breast cancer.It has never been more important to raise money for breast cancer research and care, something Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has been exemplary in achieving for so long. Over the past 24 years, Asda Tickled Pink has raised over £68 million for Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel, an incredible total which has funded vital breast cancer research and life-saving support.Each year the Tickled Pink campaign continues to have a huge impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer – raising money via store fundraisers, pink products in store, as well as raising vital awareness of breast cancer.The retailer will have a collection of exclusive pink products available to buy from Asda stores across the UK and online at ASDA.com throughout September and October. A percentage from each product sold will go to support the life-saving work of Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel.The 2020 Tickled Pink Collection includes:Coppafeel t-shirt £8 donation £1Coppafeel pyjamas £10 donation £1Tickled Pink sports bra £8 donation £1Think Pink mug £1 donation £0.10Cadbury Hot Chocolate £2 donation £0.10
Scottish influencer Kumba launches this years Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Campaign
Asda colleagues in Scotland learn #movesforboobs for Breast Cancer Awareness Month This October, Asda colleagues in Scotland will raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Now and new charity partner Coppafeel, as part of the retailer’s Tickled Pink campaign. By welcoming CoppaFeel! to the partnership alongside Breast Cancer Now for 2020, Asda and the charities are working together to help change the future of breast cancer in the UK. Over the past 24 years, Asda Tickled Pink has raised over £68 million for Breast Cancer charities - an incredible total which has funded vital breast cancer research and life-saving support. Each year Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign continues to have a huge impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer – raising money via pink products instore, as well as boosting vital awareness of breast cancer.  Lisa Bacon, Asda Maryhill Community Champion, said: “This year, as part of the Asda Tickled Pink campaign, I’m taking part in the #movesforboobs dance to help me remember how to check for the signs and symptoms of breast cancer with the help of Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel! “We’re asking our customer, colleagues and friends alike to learn the simple and easy to follow moves, check your boobs and then to share this with their friends, so we can learn more about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer.”Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, and it has never been more important to raise money for breast cancer research and care, something Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has been working on for so long. To support Tickled Pink, and help towards this year’s fundraising total, a collection of exclusive pink products will be available to buy from Asda stores across the UK and online at ASDA.com throughout September and October. A percentage from each product sold will go to support Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel’s world-class research and life-changing support, including an exclusive pink can of Pringles, pink Special K and a range of George clothing.  Asda stores in Scotland are selling a number of Tickled Pink products in store during September and October. For more information on how to get involved and to learn more about the signs of breast cancer, please visit www.asda.com/tickled-pink ENDS Photo captions –Lisa Bacon, Asda Maryhill community champion is joined by Founder of Wholehearted Social and social media influencer Kumba Dauda to launch the Tickled Pink campaign in Scotland. Editors Notes:Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, with one in eight women facing it in their lifetime.Every 10 minutes in the UK, another person is diagnosed with breast cancer.It has never been more important to raise money for breast cancer research and care, something Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has been exemplary in achieving for so long. Over the past 24 years, Asda Tickled Pink has raised over £68 million for Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel, an incredible total which has funded vital breast cancer research and life-saving support.Each year the Tickled Pink campaign continues to have a huge impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer – raising money via store fundraisers, pink products in store, as well as raising vital awareness of breast cancer.The retailer will have a collection of exclusive pink products available to buy from Asda stores across the UK and online at ASDA.com throughout September and October. A percentage from each product sold will go to support the life-saving work of Breast Cancer Now and Coppafeel.


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