Macmillan Cancer Support

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Macmillan Cancer Support

A charity founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, which is the largest cancer care and support charity in the UK, providing medical, financial, emotional and practical help for people with cancer. Macmillan’s budget comes from legacies, corporate donations and fundraising activities and goes towards healthcare, dissemination of information, financial and emotional support and services and campaigning.
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Take part in a fantastic treasure hunt this Bank Holiday and have fun in the sun while raising money for Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund.
Peter Amos, managing director of Jockey Club Estates, says: "Jockey Club Estates are pleased once more to assist the Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund in running the sponsored ride.
Other bequests include pounds 20,000 to the Imperial Cancer Research Fund and pounds 10,000 to both the Injured Jockeys Fund and Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund, and pounds 5,000 each to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Riding for the Disabled, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Motor Neurone Disease Association, Stroke Association and Garter Home for Disabled Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen.
Next Sunday heralds the annual 20-mile sponsored ride on Newmarket Heath in aid of the Cancer Relief MacMillan Fund.
Other beneficiaries are the Royal National Institute for the Blind, the Royal National Institute for Deaf Peo-ple, the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, the Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund, The Arthritis and Rheumatism Council for Research, the British Heart Foundation and Hereward Col-lege for Physically and Sensory Disabled.

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