Special thanks to all who have supported our vital work in recent times, some pictured below.
(Please remember to send us your photographs for our gallery).
Well done to Eugene's Bar Maguiresbridge who raised £1217 from a Pink Night in the bar including traditional music and BBQ! Well done everyone and thanks so much
Thanks so much to Fiona Cathcart who raised £200 for Pretty 'n' Pink from a recent jewellery event.
Huge thanks to the Treanor family, who raised £3130 from a pub quiz and fundraising evening. Funds were split between Pretty 'n' Pink and Cancer Research.
Brilliant achievement from Caremark North Down, Ards & Belfast who have raised over £3400 from an afternoon tea party and other fundraising activities. Staff presented a cheque to their colleague the amazing Courtney Wedge who was the inspiration behind their fundraising.
Great to receive a cheque from the Sperrin Harriers for £700, raised the the 2016
Stunnerz n Runnerz ladies only race organised by the club. Thank you to the club, all who helped, and all who took part on the day.
Thank you to Patricia McKay who raised a wonderful £1125 from a 'Wear it Pink' night for Pretty 'n' Pink! Well done Patricia and thanks so much.
Thanks so much to the staff from Lakeland on Boucher Road who choose Pretty ‘n’ Pink as the beneficiary of the company charity fund, proceeds from returns, donating a fantastic £1126.
Well done Barry Shanks on the amazing achievement of completing 3 marathons in 5 days - £1151 raised for Pretty 'n' Pink in the process, thank you!
Thanks so much to the truely lovely girls from Kilmaine Primary who raised £53.80 from their stall at the school's May Fair.
Well done and big thanks to Valerie Riddell who raised £700 from taking part in the Stunnerz n Runnerz ladies only 5 mile race.
Brilliant achievent from Aislinn Newcombe who raised £1557 from an October coffee morning in memory of her beautiful friend Lynda. Well done Aislinn.
Thanks so much to Marion Gilliland-Hodges who raised £1000 from having her head shaved. Well done Marion and thanks to all who supported her fundraising.
Well done to everyone who took part in the recent 'Monkstown Walk in Memory of Grace' - £3710 raised this year. Thanks to Shirley and Paul Logan, the Monkstown Social Club, all local businesses who donated prizes, and the local community who get behind the fundraising drive each year and are so generous.
Huge thanks to the Reid McKernon School of Irish Dancing who raised a fantastic £1298.02 from their recent Ceile, in memory of Caroline. Thanks so much to all who helped and donated so generously.
Well done and thanks so much to Bangor Amateurs Football Club who raised a brilliant £600 from a recent charity football match, fundraising day and auction of a signed Rory McIlroy shirt.
Great to be supported by the Quartz Woodwind Quartet who raised £227 from busking at the 2016 Derry Jazz Festival. Well done guys.
Many thanks to all from Mango Direct Marketing who raised £2820.59 from a Pink Day and Baking Contest, for Pretty 'n' Pink and in support of their colleague - fantastic! Thanks so much to all involved.
Well done and thanks so much to Colette McMahon who raised a fantastic £800 from a pink coffee morning at home. Thank you to all who came out to support Colette and donated so generously.
Huge thanks to the guys from Bloomfield and Orangefield Old Boys Football Clubs who donated a fantastic £800 raised from a charity football match and BBQ, thank you!
Amazing achievement from the team at Marks and Spencer forestside - £13210 raised during charity of the year partnership from '100 club', bra donations, bag packing, collection tins and staff raffles and sales.
Thanks to Quoile Bowling League who raised a fantastic £1350 from a charity raffle. The money was split between Pretty 'n' Pink and Shine Charity (Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus) with each charity receiving £675 each.
Thanks so much to Dobbs and the team from Cafe Olympus in Orchard Leisure Centre Armagh who raised £205 from a recent coffee morning. Thank You!
Ann Robinson who organised numerous fundraising events in October from dying her hair pink, street collection, raffles, balloon release, her nephew's leg wax and more.
Sonia Wilson who raised a fantastic amount from a Zumbathon - money raised, awareness spread, and lots of fun had.
Many thanks to Evelin Brandt Belfast who raised £1040, proceeds from the raffle at their 'Craving Fashion' event in November 2015.
Thank you to Danielle Morgan who organised a coffee morning raising a fantastic £540. Thanks to all who helped out and all who donated.
Thanks so much to all staff and pupils from Aghadrumsee Primary School, Rosslea, Co Fermanagh who raised £535 from a Christmas Carol Service and from the sale of Christmas cards.
Big thanks to Castlerock Golf Club who raised a fantastic £3610 for Pretty 'n' Pink during Lady Captain Yvonne Mitchell's year in office from numerous fundraisers during 2015.
Fermanagh sisters Lisa & Donna McCabe present a cheque for £3220.75 to Pretty ‘n’ Pink Breast Cancer Charity. The funds were raised from a year of fundraising in 2015 including collection days, fashion shows, raffles, and auctions. Both sisters work in the fashion industry in Northern Ireland, Lisa as a designer and Donna a blogger. Thanks go out to all who helped the girls with their fundraising and all who generously donated.
Image courtesy of Alex Wolfe.
McLaughlin & Harvey have raised a fantastic £8000, a combination of a corporate donation and staff fundraising during an 'October Pink Day' which took place at the Mallusk HQ and at sites across NI. This is the second year in a row that McLaughlin & Harvey have supported Pretty 'n' Pink with the previous years total reaching approximately £6000.
Well done and thank you so much to staff and owners.
Thanks to St Agnes' Choral Society who are supporting Pretty 'n' Pink as the nominated charity of 2015 / 2016. So far they have raised £756.04 from Christmas Carol Singing in Belfast.
The team are also supporting the charity with bucket collections at their upcoming show
'9-5 the Musical' at The Grand Opera House which runs from 12th - 16th April.
Thanks so much to staff and patrons of Bob Stewarts Bar who raised a fantastic £2105 from a Pink Night to be donated to Pretty 'n' Pink and Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Yippee for YAHI in Great Northern Mall who teamed up with Henderson Foodservice to raise a fantastic £730.13 during October. A programme of fundraising activities were organised including a coffee morning, lunches delivered to customers desks, a raffle & wearing pink for the day as well as bra pong for a little bit of light hearted fun!
Many thanks to Clanrye Positive Directions who raised a wonderful £450 during October from a Wear it Pink Day and a raffle with some fantastic prizes donated from staff, The Quays Shopping Centre, and FPM Accountants.
Hugh's Matterhorn Mission
He did it!
Massive well done to keen mountaineer Hugh McGoldrick, who completed his 'Matterhorn Mission' for Pretty 'n' Pink. Hugh reached the summit of the 14,000ft Matterhorn mountain, one of the highest and challenging in the Alps, and a mixture of rock and ice in an incredibly exposed environment requiring a great deal of skill and determination. The climb took 17 hours in total, and raised over £7200. Hugh's fundraising efforts were supported along the way by his employer's HNH Group and Canvas Galleries who organized fundraising events such as a charity art exhibition and sale, and a pink party at The Fly bar in Belfast.
Thanks to the lovely ladies and gents from Belfast City Mission Rathcoole who raised £500 for Pretty 'n' Pink from a Coffee Morning and Fundraising.
Thank you Joanne Brolly for the most recent sum of £210 from collection boxes to add to Joanne's ongoing fundraising for Pretty 'n' Pink.
Huge thanks and well done to Ann Robinson and all who helped support her October fundraising intiative for Pretty 'n' Pink raising a fantastic £3191.90!
With the help of family and friends Ann organised a number of fundraisers from dying her hair pink, street collections, raffles, a balloon release, Ann's newphew's leg wax and more!
Many thanks to McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd who raised a fantastic £6000 from October fundraising, including a £1000 donation from their customer Enterprise Rent-A-Car (right). Thanks so much to all involved for raising a fantastic total.
Many thanks to Woodside Haulage who raised a wonderful £1000 from participating in the annual Cutters Wharf Dragon Boat Race.
Thank you to Larne Technics Darts team, from Larne Tech Old Boys Club, and special thanks to Charlie who ran the Larne Half Marathon, raising an overall total of £675.
Thanks and well done to all who took part in the 2015 Liz Shields Memorial Cup Annual Charity Golf Day at Down Royal Golf Course raising a fantastic £1765! Thanks so much to Seamus Shields for organising and all involved for the continued support.
Thanks to staff from Spar Glenwell Road Newtownabbey, who raised £182 from an in-store pink cycle, thank you to all who kindly donated.
Michael Clarke, family and friends, who walked a staggering 120 miles from Letterkenny to Belfast. Overall fundraising totalled £5000 for Pretty 'n' Pink and the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Serenity Beauty Salon in Coleraine who raised £1930 for Pretty 'n' Pink and Cancer Focus from a Beauty Day!
Sonya McAllister and all at We Slim Together who raised £3653.65 from their Awards Gala, including 8 year old Molly who had 17 inches cut from her hair to make a wig for a child with no hair.
Lucia Moran and staff from Halifax, Derry branch who donated £450 from recent work fundraising.
Staff and pupils from St John's Business & Enterprise College, Omagh for their year of fundraising which totalled £1700.
Pupils, staff and members of St Macnissi's PTA who raised £235 from an 'Odd Sock Day' at School and sale of loom bands.
Huge thanks to Cliftonville Football Club who have been fundraising for Pretty 'n' Pink over the last number of months. Goalkeeper Conor Devlin sported a bright pink jersey throughout the month of October which was then auctioned for £825. A collection from a home match at Solitude as well as a further donation from the Solitude Development Committee brought the total raised by the Club during October to £1755.
A further £700 was raised from a raffle of former Captain Mickey Donnelly's matchworn shirt and medal from the 1996 Coca Cola floodlit Cup Final. The goods were donated by Mickey to help raise funds in memory of his mother in law Marian.