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Once you've made the decision to become a Cancer Voice, you can register via our Cancer Voices network.
The Cancer Voices Network is an online tool that helps you find ways to give your time and get involved. Essentially, it's a matching service that puts you in touch with teams or organisations that are running projects.
Every time a new opportunity is posted on the website, you'll automatically receive an email alerting you to the new posting. Follow the link to the opportunity to view the details, and find out how you can apply.
First you need to register and create an account|. You'll be asked to choose a username and password. You'll then be able to view opportunities you might be interested in, and keep track of the ones you're taking part in.
Want to get a taste of the kind of activities you could get involved in before you sign up? No worries. Find out from Cancer Voices what it's like taking part|. You can also take a look at opportunities| before you create an account.
If you don’t have access to the internet or email, you’ll have signed up as an offline Cancer Voice. A list of opportunities is sent out by post to offline Cancer Voices every month (depending on the number of opportunities we have). If you’re interested in participating in any activities as an offline Cancer Voice, please contact us.
Macmillan teams and other organisations can add activities to the Cancer Voices Network.
As a professional, group or organisation you can:
Please read our guidance before posting your opportunity| [PDF, 203kb].
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