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Fundraise with Ovar-Dressed

Find out more about our newest fundraising activity – Ovar-Dressed – and all the different ways you can get involved!

It's easy to get Ovar-Dressed! Put on your most ovar-the-top outfit – anything from a fun hat or a onesie, to a full costume or even a three-piece suit! Then make a small donation to Target Ovarian Cancer in exchange. 

There are so many ways to get involved – you could get Ovar-Dressed at school or work intead of the traditional non-uniform day, or dress-down day. Or you could get Ovar-Dressed to take part in another fundraising activity like a walk or run. However you get Ovar-Dressed, the funds you raise will make a huge difference to those living with ovarian cancer.

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Ovar-Dressed Schools

Make your next non-uniform day an Ovar-Dressed day! We'll provide lots of resources including balloons, posters, and an activity pack for the kids, to make your day a success. 

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Ovar-Dressed Workplaces

Bring your team together have some fun – turn your dress-down day or casual Friday into an Ovar-Dressed day! 

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Ovar-Dressed Virtual

We'll help you organise your own Ovar-Dressed walk at a time and place that suits you, while dressed in your best ovar-the-top outfit!

The difference you'll make

How the money you raise could help those affected by ovarian cancer.

  • £17

    £17

    Provide support

    £17 means our support line can help one more person who needs advice and information they can trust.

  • £50

    £50

    Raise awareness

    £50 can help 50 people learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer through our leaflets. Knowing the symptoms and when to visit the GP can vastly improve early diagnosis.

  • £250

    £250

    Fund research

    £250 can fund a day of life-saving research. We're investing in research to find new, better and more targeted treatments, so that everyone can live with hope for their future.