A message from our founder, Jo
Giving back is at the heart of everything we do.
Over the past year, we've donated 10,000 Super Scarves to women in need. But now we want to go bigger and better.
We have launched our #SuperScarfMission to gift a Super Scarf to over 60,000* women across the UK starting chemo, so we can wrap them up in love and show them that we've got their back.
How will we do this?
For every Super Scarf that you buy, we'll donate another via our hospital partners.
Please share and spread the word of our mission so we can help these brave women.
Super Scarf Stories
The journey of a Super Scarf
Dr Anisha’s Story
Bowel cancer survivor and doctor, Dr Anisha went through two abdominal surgeries, a stoma surgery and subsequent reversal surgery and gruelling chemotherapy treatment. Dr Anisha knew when she was in recovery, she wanted to do two things: raise awareness for cancer and bowel cancer; and use her platform to champion the cause through campaigning and speaking about life after cancer.
Dr Anisha says about our Super Scarves: “These Super Scarves are amazing. Being gifted one of these incredible, vibrant scarves to wear to treatment would have been amazing. It can be used to keep warm in treatment and is so stylish.”
Carly was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer at just 37 years old. Cancer was something Carly was sadly familiar with, with a family history of breast cancer in her mother and grandmother and ovarian cancer with her half-sister. Because of this exposure, Carly has been a huge voice in the community, using her platform to raise even more awareness since her recovery two years ago.
Carly says of her treatment and the power of the Super Scarf: “I had to do 16 rounds of chemo, 8 of which were in lockdown, when I had to do it alone. The Scamp & Dude Super Scarf is something that can wrap you up and give you strength; the Superpower Button is a reminder that we all have strength within us. Friends ask what they should buy for someone going through cancer treatment and this is such a beautiful gift. It lifts someone through the hardest times and that’s incredible.”
Marie was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in September 2022. As someone who suffered from regular cysts, Marie was used to checking her breasts regularly. While her cancer was caught quickly, and the nature of the cancer wasn’t hormonal – so not as aggressive as some other cancers – it was growing quickly so treatment started in October last year with an operation due in April and radiotherapy treatment expected in May.
Marie says of our Super Scarves: “The #superscarvesmission is phenomenal. Women going through cancer treatment go through the toughest time, so to then be gifted something that will make them feel and look great is brilliant. It creates such a sense of unity and brings something positive to something that’s negative. They make you feel fantastic, that’s priceless.”
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*Source: Cancer Research UK website