The Big Tea Cosy 2018 Get cosy this March Host a tea party to support people affected by breast cancer. Home Sign up now Contact us Shop About The Big Tea Cosy The Big Tea Cosy is Breast Cancer Haven’s national fundraising campaign in support of people affected by breast cancer. We need everyone to host their own tea party with friends, family or colleagues from 1 – 31 March to raise money and awareness for our charity so that we can help even more people who have experienced a diagnosis of breast cancer. All you need to do is sign up to take part and you will receive a free fundraising pack overflowing with ideas and information to make your Big Tea Cosy tea party a huge success. Sign up to take part in The Big Tea Cosy Our amazing friends at LoveKnitting have also created a range of fantastic knitting and crochet patterns that you can purchase online. All proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Haven. Turn your party into a Crafternoon Tea Party and start a new project. Keep it, gift it or donate it back to Breast Cancer Haven and we will give it to someone going through breast cancer treatment as a sign of comfort and support. Over 60,000 people a year in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer and as many of you know a diagnosis can be frightening and the treatment gruelling. Surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and medication can all take its toll. We help people cope with the debilitating effects of treatment and the emotional toll of living with the breast cancer. At five centres across the UK, our healthcare professionals and therapists run programmes of support, including counselling, supportive therapies to help combat stress, exhaustion and nausea as well as practical advice on things like healthy eating, exercise, money and work. Our support is free of charge so that anyone who needs us can come. But we can’t do it without you. We need to raise £1,000 for every person we help. Please join us during The Big Tea Cosy week 1-31 March, host a tea party and raise money so that we can help more families affected by breast cancer.