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We are raising awareness and funds for Walking With The Wounded and Breast Cancer Care.

Walking With The Wounded


As more women join the army and take part in frontline duty there is a greater risk for them to be seriously injured. As we are an all female crew, Walking with the Wounded have agreed that all money raised for the charity during the row will be put into a dedicated fund to specifically help our injured servicewomen.

Finding long-term employment is one of the biggest challenges facing wounded servicewomen and men hoping to lead a normal life after severe injury.

Walking with the Wounded help fund the re-training and re-education of these women and men to help with their transition after active duty.

During the row our injured servicewomen and those in current active duty will be an “Inspiration” to us and their bravery, fortitude and determination will help guide and inspire us on this world first Pacific Ocean row.


Breast Cancer Care


Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, and the number of cases is rising. Around 55,000 people are now diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK each year, with about 400 of these being men. That’s one in eight women.

Breast Cancer Care is the only UK-wide charity providing specialist support and tailored information for anyone affected by breast cancer. Their clinical expertise and emotional support network help thousands of people find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer. We are constantly inspired by the strength and character shown by the women that are fighting their way through it and we want to give something back to these incredible ladies.

The money raised will be going specifically to 2-day workshops held for younger women, up to the age of 45 years, to allow them to meet other women in a similar situation and to receive accurate advice on how to deal with certain issues including body confidence, relationships and intimacy, fertility after treatment and menopausal symptoms to name a few.

Tom Whitehead, Events Manager at Breast Cancer Care, said: “We are very excited and so grateful to the team for their dedication in taking on this incredible feat for us. For these four extraordinary women to row 8,450 miles with little prior experience is staggering and an inspiration to us all. We’re sure that their heroic efforts will help raise awareness about breast cancer but also the money they raise will go towards our vital services supporting those affected by this disease. I wish a heartfelt thank you to all the girls from everyone at Breast Cancer Care and on behalf of anyone that will benefit from the services their sponsorship will provide.”


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