On Wear it Pink Day , employees at Barratt Homes Pebble Walk development on Hayling Island have been dressed in different shades of pink in aid of breast cancer research.
The special awareness day is one of the biggest fundraising events in the UK for Breast Cancer Now, and Barratt Homes was keen to show its support.
Workers at its development on Sinah Lane, have been donning pink hard hats and high vis while out on site on behalf the country’s largest breast cancer charity, and money raised will be passed on to Breast Cancer Now.
Barratt Homes is committed to supporting organisations that need it in the community, and Megan Hamlyn, Marketing Manager, was one of the employees wearing pink alongside her colleagues. She said: “Thousands of people take part in wear it pink to raise money for breast cancer research and during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to do the same. “Breast Cancer Now is supporting many people affected by breast cancer and is helping to fund life-changing breast cancer research. To do our own small bit in aid of this incredible charity, is the least we could do. It’s been great to see everyone in pink today.”
This October, people across the country will wear pink and raise money to help make life-saving breast cancer research and vital support happen. Taking place during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, thousands of people wear it pink in their communities, schools, or workplaces for Breast Cancer Now.
Breast Cancer Now supports thousands of people affected by breast cancer every year. The charity has invested over £268 million in world-class breast cancer research, and exist to make sure that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer will live, and live well.
Barratt Homes is committed to supporting organisations and charities who need it.