'Gammy-Tit' AKA Vicky who started the True Cancer Bodies campaign shared this invite and article today from Laura...
’m getting in touch because I’m organising another PHOTO SHOOT in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Oct). Location is TBC (London) but it will be shot on Sunday 29th September by the talented Beckie Egan who shot last year’s.
Last year’s shoot was a wonderfully BIG success and all of the women that took part had the best and most fun couple of hours stripping off on Portobello Road for such a worthy cause. We all know someone that has or has had Breast Cancer and it’s something very close to my heart.
If you’re interested in being involved this year, please let me know 🥰
If you’d like to be part of this please contact Laura directly. Hope to see you there!
INSTA-MUMMY Laura Rutherford and a troupe of 50 women took to the streets in pink bras and jeans to raise awareness for breast cancer – after she lost her close friend to the cruel disease.
The group posed in front of a pink house in Notting Hill to mark On September 30, to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and to kick-start the #ShareTheCare campaign.
Having lost friends and loved ones to Breast Cancer it is a cause very close to family and lifestyle blogger Laura’s heart.
“The common denominator is that we all know someone who has breast cancer or who had breast cancer,” she said.
“There were a couple of women who took part in the shoot that currently have breast cancer, which made it all the more special.”
Laura campaigned with pal Alisha, who passed away recently, last year for breast cancer awareness.
She told how many of the women who took part also worked with Alisha and knew her well.
“It’s quite nice that we have that sort of common ground,” Laura said.
Laura told how she wanted to gather together a group of women who had a big presence on social media to spread the message as far as possible about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Between the, the women have over 800,000 followers on social media.
Mum-of-two Laura is a social ambassador for Breast Cancer Care and uses her Instagram @that_mummy_smile to campaign for the charity.
In October 2017 she wore pink every day – and she is continuing the tradition this year in a bid to draw attention to breast cancer.
Laura added: “The whole point is to give back. The campaign for Breast Cancer Care is #ShareTheCare and I thought this is one really obvious way of sharing the care because it’s solidarity between all of us women.”
See the rest of the article in The Sun newspaper written by Maighna Nanu here:
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