Pledges of support from our partners this Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
Thank you to all of our partners who've gone above and beyond to show their support this Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. We're so grateful to each and every one of them for helping us to raise awareness of the disease. Interested in joining us in our mission to help save lives and improve the quality of life of everyone affected by bowel cancer? Get in touch.
"As a brand that provides products that play a vital role in our consumers' health and hygiene, we have a responsibility to help people adopt healthier hygiene habits. That's why we're proud to be partnering with Bowel Cancer UK to raise awareness of bowel cancer symptoms and how to identify them."
Matt Stone, Marketing Director UK & Ireland, Kimberly-Clark
"M&S is delighted to support Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. It marks one year since we put messaging to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer in our customer and colleague toilets, as well on our toilet roll packaging. We are so pleased that so many other companies have adopted the messaging through #GetOnARoll so the message can be spread far and wide and reach as many people as possible."
Jo Daniels, Head of Partnerships, M&S
"Bowel Cancer UK has done some incredible work to raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer and to encourage anyone with symptoms to seek help earlier. We are proud to have worked with them to help increase this awareness even further by adding the symptoms of bowel cancer on our loo roll packaging and we will continue to raise awareness with customers throughout Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2023."
"We're proud to play a small part in Bowel Cancer UK's #GetOnARoll campaign. By donating much needed funds and adding the signs and symptoms to Ocado's Own-Range moist wipes and toilet rolls, we hope to be helping to make a difference, and raising vital awareness amongst our customers and colleagues."
"We're delighted to support Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and continue to encourage our customers to be their own health advocates.
"Reaching as many people as possible is vital, and as part of the #GetOnARoll campaign we introduced messaging signs and symptoms of bowel cancer on every pack of Asda Shades toilet roll. As well as amplifying awareness messages to our colleagues and customers, we're also pleased to support Bowel Cancer UK with an annual donation to fund vital research and service."
Jo Warner, Senior Director of Community and Corporate Affairs
"Last year we were happy to work with Bowel Cancer UK as part of their #GetOnARoll campaign and to be the first retailer to get packs onto shelves that contain bowel cancer symptoms. We continue to sell these packs and are proud to help Bowel Cancer UK raise awareness of this disease and to educate as many customers and colleagues as possible on the symptoms so that it can be diagnosed, treated and cured as early as possible."
Holli Kellett, Corporate Affairs Specialist, Charity at Morrisons
"Once again the colleagues at Alpha Laboratories are trying to get out and about to exercise more this month in support of the Bowel Cancer Awareness month Active April campaign. Last year we raised £2000 with the Step Up to 30 campaign so the challenge is on."
Carole Staniford, Marketing Director
"Health charities like Bowel Cancer UK are a key component of the UK's life science innovation ecosystem. We look forward to using the positive power of our network to improve awareness and make connections to help tackle the UK's second biggest cancer killer."
Steve Bates OBE, Chief Executive of the BIA
"We at Ethicon UK are committed to helping Bowel Cancer UK raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer, helping to fundraise for the charity, and engaging with them for their events in the UK."
"Irwin Mitchell are committed to raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of bowel cancer and the importance of getting tested early."