How Your Fundraising Will Make A Difference

No one should face cancer alone. Right from the moment of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond, Macmillan Cancer Support are a constant source of support, giving people facing cancer the energy and inspiration to help take back control of their life, and feel more like themselves again.


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Gs16 How Your Money Helps 75

£75

could pay for a mobile phone and some start-up credit for a cancer self-help and support group which would help the members to keep in touch.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 100

£100

can be spent on our phone service, leading to our cancer support specialists helping people affected by cancer claim £3,902 in benefits they are entitled to.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 150

£150

could pay for a Macmillan Grant that would make a significant contribution to the cost of a person’s travel to hospital for cancer treatment.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 210

£210

could pay for a Macmillan nurse for a day, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 540

£540

could pay for a Macmillan social worker or family support worker for a week to help people manage the social and practical problems of living with cancer.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 825

£825

could pay for a suite of 4 videos on chemotherapy to be translated into British Sign Language.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 1010

£1,010

could pay for a Macmillan nurse for a week, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.

Gs16 How Your Money Helps 2400

£2,400

could pay for one of our Macmillan Mobile Cancer Information and Support Services for a day – reaching and supporting, on average, 100 people.

Thom’s story

"You're waving your little flag saying; 'I'm in desperate need of some help here', and Macmillan comes with that very base line of; 'Yes, that's exactly what we're here to do.'"

Emergency surgery for colon cancer, followed by chemotherapy, left 27-year-old Thom feeling ‘like a complete zombie’.

But he’ll never forget the support he got at Macmillan’s Mustard Tree Centre, directly above his chemo ward.

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