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The help Macmillan provides is funded not only through large UK events but also through local area fundraising. Whether you take part in a listed event or organise one yourself, you will be helping people living with cancer in the UK.
We also campaign to improve the lives of people in Wales living with cancer. Find out about our latest campaign| to cut the cost of cancer for people across Wales.
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Post a cheque made out to 'Macmillan Cancer Support' to:
Macmillan Cancer Support
PO Box 355
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Macmillan’s Counting the Cost of Cancer campaign aims to reduce the financial impact of cancer for people in Wales.
Cancer is the toughest fight many of us will face. People tell us that, after the diagnosis itself, money worries are their biggest concern.
Cancer is expensive. Whether it is keeping the car topped up with fuel for the frequent trips to hospital, higher heating bills or the worry of a reduced income. Find out more about our campaign.|
You can support Macmillan's work and help make a difference to the lives of people living with cancer in Wales by joining our e-campaign network. It's ideal if you want to help but don't have much time or money to give.
By being part of the network you will have the opportunity to take action and make a real difference. We will email you from time to time with ways in which you can support our campaigns. We will also send you our e-campaigner newsletter every two months. Become an e-campaigner|.
Macmillan in Wales funds an information and support service across south east Wales. Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Co-ordinators provide information on all aspects of cancer and signpost to other professionals and services. In an innovative project, Macmillan cancer information is available in all libraries in south east Wales. For more details please contact the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Co-ordinator in your area:
Get face-to-face support and information in your local area by visiting a cancer support group or information centre near you.
Read news and press releases from Macmillan and keep up to date with Macmillan in your nation.
Search for opportunities to give your time in your local area.
22 February 2013
All around the nation, the Macmillan Mammoth Quiz will be held simultaneously to raise money for Macmillan. And we want you to get involved.
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