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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"Macmillan Cancer Support is a fantastic charity who do great work.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to all your readers, their family and friends who have donated to Macmillan Cancer Support in Stafford and South Staffordshire this past year.
Event organiser Jason Scott, building facilities manager at the housing group, said: "I am very grateful to everyone who attended and helped raise such a fantastic amount for Macmillan Cancer Support. Investing in, and supporting local communities, is a key part of what the group stands for.
A Moffat soldier is to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking on the Edinburgh marathon in full military kit this weekend.
It was a battle of the bakers at THETHISTLEs Shopping Centre as aspiring cake makers from the centre's retailers and management team took part in a fundraiser for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Mr Jewell, who is based at the Avon Valley School and Performing Arts College in Rugby, decided to Brave the Shave to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. He lost his locks during a hot and sunny lunchtime on June 28 and as a result has reached his PS400 fundraising goal.
"My fellow jockeys have all been incredibly supportive and we'd like to thank everyone who has raised money for Macmillan Cancer Support."
Macmillan Cancer Support provides practical, emotional and personal support to people affected by cancer every year.
Duo get a royal reward TWO kind-hearted volunteers from npower's Solihull office have been recognised for their ongoing work with Macmillan Cancer Support by The Prince of Wales.
TWO out of three people - and more than two-in-five over-55s - don't have a will according to Macmillan Cancer Support, which offers a free will-writing service this month.
Macmillan Cancer Support said in 2015 there were at least 17,000 people alive who had been diagnosed with stage four cancer two to three years previously.
It is thanks to fantastic charities like Macmillan Cancer Support that individuals in this situation are able to continue with their lives and look to the future.