No one should face cancer alone
Cancer is the toughest fight most of us ever face. And to make it worse, one in four people with cancer in the UK don’t have support from family or friends, while thousands of others experience feelings of isolation and loneliness.
We’ve launched our Not Alone campaign to help change this. And we need your help.
We’re determined to make sure that people living with cancer and their loved ones get the support they need. But we can’t do it without people like you. Whether you’re a family member, a friend or neighbour, or a complete stranger you can help make a difference to someone’s life today.
Offering to do the shopping, driving someone to hospital, taking part in a Macmillan fundraising event, sharing your own experience online or giving a £3 monthly gift to help pay for a Macmillan nurse or Support Line specialist – these are just a few of the many ways you can help.
We want to be there to make sure that nobody has to face cancer by themself. But 98% of our income comes from the public; and right now we cannot reach everyone who needs us. We need your help.
Whatever you choose to do, please act today . Together we can make sure that no one faces cancer alone.
What you can do