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 the Birmingham and Black Country.
How to reach us
For fundraising support and information you can contact the Fundraising Support Team.
Call 0300 1000 200
How to donate to Macmillan
Pay in online.
Send a cheque to the Freepost address:
Macmillan Cancer Support
89 Albert Embankment
London, SE1 7UQ
Pay directly into the bank. Contact the Fundraising Support Team for how to do this and more information on how to donate to Macmillan.
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- Sunday 19 October (07:00-16:00)
- Sunday 26 October (12:00-18:00)
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 Birmingham and the Black Country
More than 5,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Birmingham and the Black Country every year and they need Macmillan's help to provide treatment and support.
Cancer is becoming a part of more and more people's daily lives, which means the support they need is changing. We are here to help with all the things people living with cancer want and need. We're broadening our range of services and doing more to push for better cancer care. We want to reach more people, and make it easier for them to get the support they need.
Thanks to you, Macmillan provides the practical and emotional support which will change the lives of people living with cancer today - and tomorrow. Here are just some of the vital services you are helping us to fund locally:
The Macmillan Bridges Support Service that provides real, practical support for people living with cancer and their carers.
Welfare Rights Officer (Macmillan Social Care Welfare Rights Service – at Wolverhampton City Council)
Welfare Benefits Support Worker (Macmillan Social Care Welfare Rights Service – at Wolverhampton City Council)
Macmillan Financial Grants – in 2010 grants totaling £497,408 were provided to 1,563 people in the West Midlands to help with the financial burden having cancer can bring.
Four Benefits Advisers posts in Birmingham and Two in Walsall.
Lung Clinical Nurse Specialist based at New Cross Hospital
Macmillan Nurse, Lymph oedema – Birmingham East & North Primary Care Trust.
Ethnic Diversity Adviser – based in St Mary's Hospice, Birmingham.
In Partnership with the Birmingham Health Exchange Information Centre.
Macmillan Dietitian – based at Heartlands Hospital.
Macmillan Nurse, Skin Cancer – based at Solihull Hospital.
Macmillan Spinal Oncologist at the Royal Orthopedic Hospital NHS Trust.
Macmillan Radiographer & Macmillan Nurse, Skin Cancer - Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust.
Macmillan Palliative Care Team Leader - Sandwell Primary Care Trust.
Five Macmillan posts in University Hospital Birmingham - Lead Chemotherapy Nurse, Specialist Children's Therapy Radiographer, Team Leader Palliative Care, Lymphoma Nurse, Neuro Oncologist.
Macmillan Nurse, Oncology - Walsall Primary Care Trust.
Dudley Nursing Homes Advisor.
Thank you again for your support.