Moray MP Douglas Ross says he was “delighted” to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s annual photocall for Wear it Pink Day.
The charity was in Westminster on 19th October – ahead of Wear It Pink Day on the 20th October – encouraging MPs to promote their cause.
The Wear It Pink Day takes place during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and has to date raised over £39 million in supporting Breast Cancer Now’s important work.
Douglas is encouraging everyone across Moray to support the charity during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and knows many constituents will have got into the spirit by wearing pink at school, in the workplace and at home on Friday.
Every penny from fundraisers across the UK will help to achieve the charity’s vision of everyone diagnosed with breast cancer by 2050, ultimately living and supported to live well.
Moray MP Douglas Ross said: “I was delighted to participate in Breast Cancer Now’s well-established photocall for Wear it Pink Day.
“Sadly, many people here in Moray will be told they have breast cancer during their lives. That is why I am so passionate about supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month and know people across Moray will have got into the spirit of wearing something pink on for this annual event.
“I fully support Breast Cancer Now’s vision that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer will ultimately be able to live and be supported to live well.
“I would encourage everyone in Moray to participate in Breast Cancer Awareness month and ensure that every penny raised can help the charity achieve their bold aim in the coming decades.”