We are working to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer far and wide. We want to emphasise how important it is to go to your GP if you have persistent symptoms that are unusual for you.

Our aim is to empower all people born with ovaries with the knowledge to speak to their GP if they have unusual symptoms.

We know that it can be more difficult to access reliable information and support for people whose first or preferred language is not English. That is why we have created leaflets and short informative films in community languages widely spoken in the UK: Polish, Punjabi, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, Arabic, and Chinese languages.

Could you help us by sharing these resources as widely as possible? To request printed ovarian cancer awareness leaflets in any of our community languages, fill in the form below, contact [email protected] or call 0800 008 7054.

Order printed leaflets


Ovarian cancer awareness videos and leaflets in other languages

Arabic          Bengali          Gujarati

Polish          Punjabi           Urdu

Chinese (simplified and traditional)


Our social media awareness pack

Help us spread our vital awareness message among your friends, family and online communities with our social media infographics!

Facebook       Instagram       Twitter


Our English leaflet with all community language numbers


Download English leaflet


Community language support service

To support those who may see these films and be concerned that they have symptoms of ovarian cancer, we have 6 dedicated phone lines to provide support (via an interpreter) in these languages:

Arabic: 0121 647 6630
Bengali: 0121 647 6631
Gujarati: 0121 647 6632
Polish: 0121 647 6633
Punjabi: 0121 647 6634
Urdu: 0121 647 6635

Cantonese and Mandarin support lines coming soon.

Find out more about the service here. 



To produce these resources, we worked with local women and community groups Sampad, the Yemeni Community Association, the European Welfare Association and Near Neighbours.

It is owing to funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, that we were able to produce these resources and deliver our November campaign. Many thanks to HM Government for making this possible.