Macmillan Cancer Support
Messages from other supporters
Well done to the HR Team at Macmillan Cancer Support for the Inspring Walk - a worthy cause and happy to support from one HR colleague to another.
Donation by Mandy Kirk-Smith £20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
In memory of Martin Dean, Bristol
Donation by Keith Yeandel £25.00 + £6.25 Gift Aid
Thanks to Lauren Hewitt for her support!
Donation by Roland Burton £5.00 + £1.25 Gift Aid
In me pry of mum on our wedding day xx
Donation by Lu and Tom
Why your donation matters
More than one in three of us will get cancer, and for most of us it will be the toughest fight we ever face. And the feelings of loneliness and isolation that so many people experience make it even harder
No one should face cancer alone. And with your support no one will. Please donate today.
Case study: donations in action
After Mario was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, he had everything ripped away from him.
'I lost my business, I lost my home, I was getting divorced, but Pat, my Macmillan nurse, was the one person I could turn to.'
Pat helped him apply for a Macmillan Grant and supported him through some very difficult times.
And now he’s in remission, Mario’s started volunteering alongside Pat at his local Macmillan information and support centre. He's even won an award for his tremendous efforts.
‘Because of what Pat did for me, I wanted to give something back to Macmillan. When I finished treatment, I felt alone, but volunteering has given me a new purpose.
‘As I’ve been through cancer myself, I find that I can really empathise with people as I’ve had a lot of the same concerns. Recently, I was also very honoured to receive an award given to volunteers who have themselves had a cancer experience. For someone to take the time to put me forward meant an awful lot.’