In a bid to raise vital funds and awareness, the Russian professional dancer, 43, has joined forces with wear it pink, Breast Cancer Now's biggest fundraising event.
Speaking about his involvement, Pasha explained how Amy's personal journey inspired him to raise public awareness of the disease and spurred him on to lead a series of pink dance classes throughout October alongside breast cancer campaigner, Emma Campbell.
"I'm so excited to be dancing in pink for such a fantastic cause. And more importantly, dancing with a very special person," he said.
Pasha went on to say: "Sadly, most of us will know someone who's been affected by breast cancer. One of the Strictly family is going through it right now, and I have so much respect for Amy and everything she's doing to raise awareness of the disease."
Over on his Instagram Stories, Pasha posted a clip of himself dancing with Emma. The father-of-two could be seen performing a lively cha-cha-cha wearing a hot pink blazer which he wore layered over a black outfit.
The star's fans and friends were quick to send messages of support in the comments section. "This is SO wonderful!" gushed one, while another added: "I LOVE this... It's a 10 from me!!!!"
A third remarked: "This is amazing!" and a fourth sweetly added: "Truly lovely!!"
Strictly star Amy is currently undergoing treatment after being diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year. The 33-year-old exclusively told HELLO! about her diagnosis back in May.
In a candid interview, she opened up about how she discovered a lump on her breast, just days before she went on her honeymoon with her husband Ben Jones.
"I've been through quite a lot in my life and this is another hurdle," she told HELLO!. "But if I'm positive and strong, I've got a really good chance of getting back out on the dancefloor as soon as possible."
Since sharing her story, the entire Strictly family has rallied behind Amy in a loving show of support. While the star has been forced to miss the 2023 series due to ongoing chemotherapy treatment, Amy's co-stars shared a touching tribute to the dancer during the show's launch.
Tess said: "We are, of course, missing one of our professional dancers. Our gorgeous Amy Dowden is unwell and she can't be with us for the start of the series. But she is our Welsh dragon and we know she will be back soon."