Macmillan improves the lives of people affected by cancer locally. We provide practical, medical, emotional and financial support and push for better cancer care. Cancer affects us all. We can all help. We are Macmillan in Norfolk.
How to reach us
For fundraising support and information you can contact the Fundraising Support Team.
Opening hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Call 0300 1000 200
Note 0300 numbers are charged at the same rate as 01 and 02 numbers, including calling from mobiles.
How to donate to Macmillan
Pay in online.
Send a cheque to the Freepost address:
Macmillan Cancer Support
87-90 Albert Embankment
Pay directly into the bank. Contact the Fundraising Support Team for how to do this and more information on how to donate to Macmillan.
- Friday 7 (22:30) - Saturday 8 August (03:30)
- Sunday 6 September (10:30-16:30)
- Friday 27 (10:00) - Sunday 29 November (16:00)
Our organisation was started by a volunteer nearly one hundred years ago, and today they’re still at the very heart of everything we do. Join us and together we can make a difference.
Find the latest volunteering opportunities near to you on our volunteer pages.
More about Macmillan in Norfolk
Health and social care professionals
Macmillan works with the NHS and other health and social care partners to improve the lives of people affected by cancer today. In Norfolk there are currently over 50 Macmillan health and social care professionals. These include Macmillan nurses, doctors, dieticians and occupational therapists. They use their expert knowledge to help people understand and manage their symptoms and side-effects. People living in Norfolk also benefit from the £1.2 million Macmillan Care and Treatment Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, which was set up in 2002. To meet the growing need for our services, we aim to provide additional nursing staff as well as a dedicated service to support people with lung cancer.
Macmillan offers a range of information services across Norfolk. And during 2010, our Mobile Information Unit visited several locations across the county giving the public quick and easy access to free cancer information and support.
Six ways you can help us
By making a donation
Every penny we receive takes us closer to our ambition of being able to reach and support everyone affected by cancer both locally and across the UK. You can make a donation online now.
By joining one of our events
Whether you’d like to join one of our local organised walks, run a Marathon, climb Kilimanjaro, or simply enjoy a cup of coffee with friends, we have an event to suit you. Visit our events page to learn more .
By organising your own fundraising event
Why not get together with friends and family or your local community group to organise your own fundraising event? We’ve got lots of great ideas to help you get started. Call us on 0300 1000 200 and let us know what you’ve got planned and what we can do to help!
By joining one of our fundraising groups
In 2010, our fundraising groups across Norfolk raised over £250,000 to support people affected by cancer. If you’d like to join one of our existing groups or start one of your own, please call us on 0300 1000 200 and ask to speak to one of our fundraising team.
By volunteering for us
Whether you’d like to help out in our office, represent Macmillan in your local community, or lend a hand at events, we have a voluntary opportunity to suit you. For more details see our volunteering information, or give us a call on 0300 1000 200.
By getting your colleagues involved
Whatever the size of your organisation or the level of commitment you can give, we can work together and make a difference to people affected by cancer. From events and employee fundraising to sponsorship, payroll giving and joint promotions, we work with all sorts of local companies in all sorts of ways. If you’d like to find out more, please call us on 0300 1000 200.
We are all affected by cancer. We can all help. We are Macmillan.