Sunita, a woman with ovarian cancer

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Every March, we encourage you to find out how you can make a difference by raising funds and awareness for women with ovarian cancer.

The pandemic has made diagnosing ovarian cancer even harder. When it’s diagnosed early, 9 out of 10 women will survive – and now they need your help more than ever.

During March and throughout the year, your help can raise much-needed funds and awareness.

The money you raise will:

  • train GPs to spot ovarian cancer  
  • spread the word about the symptoms everyone should know  
  • support even more women with ovarian cancer  

Get involved

Want to get involved but don't know where to start? We have plenty of ideas for you!

1 in 50 awareness challenge

An array of Target Ovarian Cancer fundraising and awareness materials, including a collection box, collection tin, balloon, pin badges, wristbands, leaflets and posters

1 in 50 women will be diagnosed in their lifetime. That's why each March we challenge our supporters to tell 50 people about the symptoms of ovarian cancer. It's simple – and could save a life.

Take on the 1 in 50 awareness challenge.

11,000 steps a day

A person wearing sports gear walking on grass

Take the traditional 10,000 steps a day challenge further this year. 11 women die every day from ovarian cancer. Get sponsored and walk 11,000 steps a day to raise awareness, fund research and save lives.

Bake for Change  

Table full of cakes and cupcakes

Organise a virtual coffee morning over Zoom to bring your friends, family and community together – the money you raise will be the icing on the cake. Sign up to Bake for Change.

Virtual fundraising

Two Target Ovarian Cancer fundraisers completing a headshave for Target Ovarian Cancer

If you're feeling inspired and looking for new fundraising ideas, find out more about our virtual fundraising.

Your fundraising will transform lives

How your money could help women with ovarian cancer.

  • £25


    Fund training

    £25 means three GPs can access training to ensure early diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

  • £50


    Fund awareness

    £50 helps 50 people learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer through our leaflets. Knowing the symptoms and when to visit the GP is crucial.

  • £170


    Fund support

    £170 means our support line can help 10 people who need advice and information they can trust.