Former breast cancer sufferer from Seahem to Don bright bra for midnight fundraiser by taking part in a midnight walk-aims to raise money for charity. Wendy Stuart (44) will wear bright colored underwear along with 40 of her friends and family and colleagues from the Mission Foods wrap factory in Seahem.
According to Wendy Stuart, “Before I was diagnosed I never imagined that breast cancer could be something that would happen to me.”
Wendy Stuart while receiving treatment thought about the women’s having breast cancer and are affected by it and if she can encourage one person to check for abnormalities then a one night walk would be worth it.
Now Wendy is all set to spread awareness against the breast cancer disease after having received the all-clear from breast cancer in July.
They set off on Saturday for the five mile walk to raise money for the Breast Cancer Care.
Managing director Peter Ellis, who is also joining the walk, said: “We are extremely proud to be walking alongside Wendy this Sunday.
She also added that, “Wendy is such an inspirational woman, who has fought this disease every step of the way, while always staying extremely positive.
Zoe Pate, corporate partnerships manager at Breast Cancer Care are delighted to working in partnership with Mission Foods for the third year.
This October, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Wendy’s employer has pledged to donate £50,000 from the sales of their limited edition pink packs to Breast Cancer Care.