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Join the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 25 September and help Macmillan Cancer Support reach more people affected by cancer.
A little of what you fancy does Macmillan good - over two million people will be raising their mugs and rustling up treats to help Macmillan raise over £8m. To join in, just get your friends, family or work colleagues together and revel in the perfect excuse to indulge in your favourite sweet treats with a nice cup of something warm. And you can feel good because it’s all for charity.
For those who don’t have a sweet tooth, there are other ways to show your support - pick up a classic and iconic DAB Revival Radio from Roberts (£150) and 25% from every ‘racing green’ radio sold will go to Macmillan ensuring they are able to continue their vital work. To sweeten up your coffee morning and help raise even more money, pick up a unique Macmillan Half Spoon Sugar pack. With 10% of every pack sold throughout August and September going back to Macmillan, you will be helping even more people affected by cancer.
Two million people in the UK are currently living with cancer, and one in three will be diagnosed with it during their lifetime. Each and every donation whether 50p or £50 will help Macmillan’s ambition to provide support to everyone affected by cancer. This could be practical help with everyday tasks that become hard, like a lift to hospital or help with the garden, financial advice to help with the unexpected costs that cancer brings, emotional support, or expert medical care from a Macmillan professional. Just one small mug of coffee really can make a big difference!
To make that cup of coffee count, register now, go to www.macmillan.org.uk/coffee|, call 0845 602 1246, or simply text the word CUPPA to 70123 - texts cost £3 (plus your standard network charge) of which Macmillan will receive up to £2.80 (the exact amount depends on your network provider).
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