How You’re Helping
Whether you're shaving your hair or donating to a brave shaver, your support means Macmillan can be right there for people living with cancer. Thanks to you, we’re able to provide physical, financial and emotional support to help people live life as fully as possible.
"I will be eternally grateful"
I was very low and sad, I didn’t want to put any more stress on my family, so I called the Macmillan support line. The person I spoke to listened, that was what I needed and that was what they did. I will be eternally grateful.
"Marie’s support was a life-saver."
The support I got from Marie, my Macmillan Nurse, was brilliant. Macmillan were there whenever I needed them – offering advice over the phone at any time of the day. They were just really, really great.
"Cancer affects all areas of your life."
When I was first diagnosed I was totally shell shocked – the financial worries came a bit later. I am self employed so it has been harder to navigate. Macmillan have really helped and have supported me with a grant. Cancer affects all areas of your life – Macmillan help make sense of that.
"The staff and volunteers at Macmillan in Epsom, have been amazing."
My husband David and our close friends Braved the Shave in solidarity with me. I’m so touched that they are doing this for me and I’m proud that, in doing so, they'll help give other people the same support I've had by raising money for Macmillan.
£200 could pay for a Macmillan Grant that helps a person living with cancer heat their home when they really need to.
£650 could help lead volunteer services to support one person affected by cancer for approximately 12 weeks.
£1,034 could pay for a Macmillan nurse for 1 week, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential medical, practical and emotional support.
£1,851 could help run a large Macmillan benefits advice service for a day.