Browser does not support script.
Skip to main content
Macmillan supports groups with training, grants and resources, to help them develop.
We have launched a new grants programme to replace our Helping You Help Others and Inclusion User Involvement grants for groups and individuals who support people affected by cancer or campaign to improve cancer care.
What sort of things can I apply for a Supporting You to Help Others grant for?
Who can apply for a Supporting You to Help Others Grant?
Where can I get advice?
You will find all the information you need in the guidance notes|. Please read them carefully before you fill in the application form|.
We strongly recommend you contact your local Macmillan Involvement Coordinator (MIC) at the earliest opportunity to discuss your application. Find your nearest MIC|.
Your MIC may not be able to respond immediately therefore please allow plenty of time before the application deadline date:
Contact our Inclusion team on 020 7840 4936 or firstname.lastname@example.org| to request a copy of the new grants guidelines or download them|.
Macmillan offers a number of training opportunities to help you and your group develop and make positive changes. We aim to bring people together to share experiences and to help them obtain practical and emotional support.
All workshops are free to attend. For a full list of courses and course dates, visit our teaching resource website Learn Zone| or email email@example.com|.
This brand new resource is designed for anyone who is setting up or running a support group. It covers everything from forming a committee to promoting your group – and it also includes lots of handy information about legal issues, money matters and training opportunities. This handbook replaces the previous Good Practice Guidelines.
Order your free copy from Be.Macmillan|.
Did you know you can order all of our resources, publications and leaflets for free from Be.Macmillan? You can also create posters, flyers and other materials to help advertise your group. Visit Be.Macmillan to find out more.|
Macmillan's Exchange newsletter is for people interested in self help and support and improving cancer care. Featuring stories about cancer support groups and what people around the UK are doing to change cancer services, you can download the latest version here:
Download Exchange, [PDF, 9.1mb]|
Exchange is produced three times a year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org| if you have a story or issue you'd like to see in the publication.
Macmillan's Involvement Coordinators can provide advice, information, support and training and tell you how to apply for grants to help develop your group. Find your local coordinator here.|
For answers, support or just a chat, call the Macmillan Support Line free (Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm)
These documents will help you to fill out a form and apply for a grant.
You can order free cancer information, resources and materials to promote your service, from Be.Macmillan.
If you have any questions about Macmillan we would love to hear from you| .
You can also follow us| on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or YouTube.
© Macmillan Cancer Support 2013
what are these?|