A large group of Target Ovarian Cancer fundraisers smiling towards the camera - Raise 11

Fundraise for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Find out how you can raise funds to support Target Ovarian Cancer

Fundraising and events during Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Fundraising to further develop research so we can put an end to Ovarian Cancer is crucial and we cannot do it without support from you. Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month is a great way to raise awareness of this cancer by bringing people together for a good cause.

How you can get involved 

There are lots of ways you can get involved with fundraising regardless of the amount of time and money you have to spare. We've listed some ways you can support below, but keep reading to find out more.

Upcoming events and challenges

We've got lots of ways for you to get involved this March for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month! 

Target Ovarian Cancer runners taking part in Run 11

Run 11

Share photos and updates of your awareness raising activities using #OCAM, to inspire others to take action this March! Don’t forget to tag us @TargetOvarian so we can share a huge thank you for helping to press Fast Forward on early diagnosis.

Four fundraisers walking in costume at the Ovarian Cancer Walk|Run

Step 11

Take 11,000 steps every day in March, and together let's stop ovarian cancer devastating lives.

Fundraising from home

You don’t need to break a sweat to support Target Ovarian Cancer. With Raise 11, you can fundraise your way. 

Pauline, a Target Ovarian Cancer fundraiser, standing behind a table of homemade cakes

Raise 11

This is your chance to get creative – bake 11 cakes, get sponsored to do 11 acts of kindness or stay silent for 11 hours, ask friends to donate £11, tag 11 people.

Two Target Ovarian Fundraisers posing with props at a fundraising event

Get inspired

Or, if none of these take your fancy, our fundraising guide has lots more ideas for you, as well as tips and advice to help with your fundraising!

What impact your fundraising has

With your support, we can continue to target what’s important - symptoms awareness, early diagnosis, better treatments and support for all. 

  • We give trusted information, to help people ask questions and make decisions that are right for them. We connect people with shared experiences, and we support families every step of the way. 

  • We stand together as a powerful community for everyone facing ovarian cancer across the UK, sharing stories and raising voices, to make sure that ovarian cancer becomes a health priority.

  • We know that early diagnosis saves lives, so we work closely with GPs who are at the heart of this, to help them diagnose ovarian cancer faster and earlier – giving everyone the best chance of living.

  • And our investment in research to find new, better and more targeted treatments means that everyone can live with hope for their future.   

We’re fighting for a world where everyone with ovarian cancer lives.