Data protection rules are changing in May 2018.
This means that unless we have a tick from you we will not be able to contact you about what’s going on at Jo’s.
If you want to keep up to date with what we're up to and all the different ways you can get involved in helping us make cervical cancer a disease of the past, then we need your permission to stay in touch.
The good news is this means you will only be contacted by us in the way you choose and hear about aspects of our work that are most important to you.
If you’ve supported us for many years or have previously told us what you’d like to hear about we still need your tick.
What does your tick mean?
We would love to be able to stay in touch to keep you up to date with our latest news, campaigns and services. Without your support we couldn’t do our life saving work and be there for every woman who needs us.
You’ll only hear from us how you want to. That could be by email, phone, post or text/SMS (we don’t currently use this form of communication but may do in the future) and you can choose one, two, three or all of these options - it’s up to you.
You can change you preferences at any time by filling out a short form at the bottom of this page.
If you don’t give us your tick you could miss out on hearing about new support services and campaigns as well as opportunities to get involved in our work. You also won't find out how your tick is making a difference to the lives of women all across the UK.
Why do we need your tick?
Whether you have completed a fundraising challenge, volunteered your time, used a support service, made a donation or simply shared our information - thank you! With your generosity we have been able to be there for thousands of women affected by cervical cancer and raise awareness of how the disease can be prevented.
We won’t stop there. We want to see cervical cancer eradicated. Your tick means we can continue to talk to you, raising vital funds to get there as soon as possible.
Please fill out the form below to update your details and contact preferences.