Let’s change
how we talk about
gynaecological cancers.

We stand together as
daughters, sisters and mothers;
together we can make these
cancers #SilentNoMore.



The 5 gynaecological cancers are often referred to as Silent Killers. Understand the symptoms, and make these cancers #SilentNoMore.



Find out the ways that you can help us change the future of gynaecological cancers.



Let's change how we talk about female health and work to understand the symptoms that will save lives. Donate today to support Lady Garden Foundation’s mission.


Today, and every day,
58 women in the UK will receive the life changing news of a gynaecological cancer diagnosis.


The Lady Garden Foundation is on a mission to raise significant funds for research that can drastically reduce these diagnoses and devastating outcomes.

The 5 gynaecological cancers, Ovarian, Cervical, Uterine, Vulval and Vaginal, are often referred to as Silent Killers, not only because of their complicated symptoms which can be missed by healthcare professionals, but also due to a lack of awareness surrounding these diseases.

We believe that if we don’t talk about it, we can’t change it.

So join our revolution and change the conversation.

Stand with us and make these cancers #SilentNoMore.

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The KX & KXU
Lady Garden Annual Run

The Lady Garden Foundation are excited to announce that registration for the annual 5K and 10K run is officially OPEN!
The KX & KXU Lady Garden Run, supported by CHUCS restaurants and Oakley Capital, will be held at Hyde Park on Saturday 18th May.


with Cult Beauty & Lady Garden

On #IWD2019, the Lady Garden Foundation launched an exciting partnership with Cult Beauty. This coincided with the launch of their brand new Sexual Pleasure and Wellness category, and as their first ever charity partner, 10% of all sales from this will be donated to The Lady Garden Foundation.

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Chloe Delevingne gets
a Smear Test live on BBC

The Lady Garden are proud of co-founder Chloe Delevingne for having a cervical smear test on live television, in a bid to combat the stigma around getting checked. Chloe herself discovered abnormal cells when she was 21, but recent figures show that cervical screening is at its lowest levels in two decades, with one in three women not taking their screening tests.

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