As part of the annual event, women are asked to "wear it pink" on October 26.
"I'm delighted to be supporting 'wear it pink'," Faiers said.
"It's so important we find a cure for breast cancer and money raised at 'wear it pink' events will help Breast Cancer Campaign to fund the research needed to make this possible."
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the 'wear it pink' event. In 2011, over £2.2 million was raised to fund world-class research into tackling the illness.
Breast Cancer Campaign gives funding worth over £16m to 96 projects across 39 locations in the UK and Ireland.