Every year October is Breast Cancer Awareness month (or ‘Pink-Tober’), when people show their support for those affected by breast cancer by raising money and wearing the famous pink ribbon.
What people may not know is that there are some cancer patients who feel very passionately that there are serious issues with these awareness days/months, which need to be addressed. At Insurancewith we are always interested in issues that affecting our customers and community, and so we wanted to do our own research into the debate – and the below outlines our findings.Read more
My name is Emma Rayner. I am a wife and a mother to two beautiful boys aged eight and four. I help run the Lucy Rayner Foundation- a charity particularly close to my heart. We raise awareness and provide support for young adults with mental health challenges. The charity offers services including; free counselling, support groups and monthly informal coffee mornings. No one should ever feel like they’re alone, so we do everything we can to make a difference in young individuals’ lives. Read more
Breast Cancer Haven are one of the many charities close to our hearts at Insurancewith. With over 55,000 women diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK each year, and 350 men affected- we’re keen to do our bit and make a difference! Read more
This year we welcome three new charity partners at Insurancewith – and we couldn’t be more excited! Each of these charities come with their own merits and are making leaps and bounds for their causes, so we cannot wait to get involved.
Recently, eleven members of the Insurancewith team set out to climb Snowdon in aid of Shine Cancer Support. Read more
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