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We rely on people from all walks of life to raise money for us. Without them, we wouldn't be able to fund our vital services and develop new ways to support people affected by cancer.
Giving up a little bit of your time to raise some money for Macmillan can be really rewarding. You'll feel a real sense of pride for helping to improve the lives of people affected by cancer. You'll meet new people. And you'll have plenty of opportunities to have some fun.
In this section, we've got loads of fundraising ideas for you and advice on how to bring in the money in the best way possible. Read on to find out more.
|We have produced a little green book crammed with 101 fantastic fundraising ideas to inspire you to raise money.
Download your copy of The little green book of fundraising ideas [PDF, 3mb]|. Please note this is a large file.
Alternatively, get your free copy of the book from your local fundraising office or order one from be.Macmillan|.
Remember, it doesn't matter how much you raise.
Small amounts x lots of people = MANY lives changed.
There are a huge number of tried and tested means of raising money in the community. Check out some of our favourite ideas.
However much money you raise for Macmillan, you'll be helping people affected by cancer in the UK. We can help you to get that money working.
So, you've put loads of effort in and you've got your event organised. But do enough people know about it? We've got tips on how you can spread the word.
Want to organise an event but don't know where to start?
We want everyone involved in fundraising to have fun. But we also want everyone to be safe and follow the law.
Contact your Macmillan local fundraising office for hints, tips and materials to help you fundraise.
Have you come up with your own fundraising idea? Have any general tips about fundraising, or questions to ask others? Get talking to us and other fundraisers in our online community|.
As a member of the Fundraising Standards Board we adhere to the highest standards of good practice.
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
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