Niall Horan is leading a host of stars on mission to unite the nation ahead of this World Cancer Day.
Every Act Of Unity makes a difference in someone's fight against cancer, which is why Cancer Research UK is asking everyone to unite in one incredible Act of Unity on 4 February, World Cancer Day.
As a symbol of strength and unity, the charity is urging supporters to donate or wear a specially designed Unity Band.
All proceeds help to fund over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses in the UK as well as research into all 200 types of cancers.
The unisex Unity Bands feature a classic reef knot design which symbolises the strength in the collective, a simple way to show your support in what will be a lifesaving Act Of Unity.
Anyone can play their part by wearing a Unity Band, making a donation, volunteering or fundraising for Cancer Research UK. Show your support, whether it’s to celebrate people who have overcome cancer, show solidarity with those going through treatment, remember loved ones or to simply to reduce the impact of cancer on future generations.
Unity Bands® are available from January 2017 in all Cancer Research UK stores, partner outlets and online – Join the #ActofUnity Right Now at cruk.org/worldcancerday for a suggested donation of £2. Funds raised will help to continue our lifesaving research.