MSP wears it pink for cancer charity

Scotland's MSP's Wear it Pink in support of Breast Cancer Now
Scotland's MSP's Wear it Pink in support of Breast Cancer Now

Angus North and Mearns MSP, Nigel Don, has dressed up in pink to show his support for breast cancer charity.

Mr Don is encouraging his constituents to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s ‘wear it pink’ fundraiser on Friday, October 23.

The wear it pink is the UK’s biggest pink fundraiser, and calls on supporters across theand country to ditch the day-to-day colours and pull on some pink to raise money for Breast Cancer Now’s life-saving breast cancer research.

Mr Don joined fellow parliamentarians in wearing it pink in Holyrood this week to encourage people across Scotland to get involved. Now in its 14th year, wear it pink raises over £2 million each year for world-class research into breast cancer, and this year it is back and bigger, brighter and bolder than ever before.

Anyone can take part, whether in school, at work or at home. All you have to do is wear something pink and donate whatever you can.

Mr Don said: “Right now breast cancer is at a tipping point. Every year in Scotland around 4,600 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and sadly nearly 1,000 people still lose their lives to the disease. This is why we all must come together to support Breast Cancer Now’s cutting-edge research, and, in wear it pink, there is a fun and simple way for everyone to get involved.

“Together, we can make a big difference for women with breast cancer, now and in the future; I hope everyone in the local community will join me in wearing it pink on Friday 23 October and show their support for Breast Cancer Now.”

Launched in June 2015 with the ambition of ensuring that no one dies from the disease by 2050, Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, created by the merger of Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

For more information or to register for wear it pink visit