Door to door
We’re currently conducting a door-to-door fundraising campaign. This means our trained fundraisers may be in your area, and could knock at your door to speak to you about the vital work we're doing. Please see below for details of where they're visiting this week.
As well as being a cost-effective and efficient form of fundraising, our door-to-door campaign spreads the word about Macmillan's services and makes sure people know how to reach us if they need our support.
If you set up a direct debit, you'll be providing Macmillan with a steady, reliable stream of income that helps us to maintain and expand our crucial services.
To find out where our fundraisers are working this week, simply download the document below. Please be aware that while we keep our list as up to date as possible, last minute changes can occur.
If you've been visited by a fundraiser and your postcode isn't on our list, it could still be a legitimate Macmillan fundraiser you spoke with.
If you do have any concerns or want to give us some feedback about a fundraiser you've spoken to, please call our Fundraising Support Centre on 0300 1000 200.
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Got questions? Look at our frequently asked questions below
We take the security of your personal details extremely seriously and have measures in place to protect them.
If you have chosen to support us by Direct Debit you will receive a letter from us confirming your details and notifying you of the amount and date your donation will reach us.
If an error is made by Macmillan Cancer Support or your bank or building society, you are guaranteed a full and immediate refund from your branch of the amount paid.
You can find out more about your rights under Direct Debit on the Direct Debit website.
You can also cancel a Direct Debit at any time by writing to your bank or building society, or by emailing, calling or writing to the Macmillan Supporter Donations team:
Telephone: 0300 1000 200
No. Our fundraisers are not permitted to ask for cash, they are only allowed to ask for donations through Direct Debit.
If a fundraiser asks you for cash, they may not be genuine so please report this to the Fundraising Support Centre. Please contact them on 0300 1000 200 or email email@example.com
Direct Debits are one of the most effective ways of giving to charity. It reduces administration costs and generates a steady and reliable stream of income, allowing us to plan for the future.Close
We are a member of The Public Fundraising Regulatory Association (PFRA).
The PFRA is a self regulating membership body established to coordinate fundraising activity and promote quality, integrity and transparency.
The PFRA works with charities, professional fundraising organisations, Local Authorities and the police to ensure high standards in the industry and to resolve complaints. All fundraisers carry a copy of the PFRA Code of Practice.
For more information visit pfra.org.uk or contact them on 020 7401 8452Close
Our door to door fundraisers work for an agency called Home Fundraising.
They are typically aged between 20 and 35, wear Macmillan branded jackets or t-shirts and carry a branded ID card with their photo.
They will also be carrying Macmillan literature, such as welcome packs and direct debit forms with the FRSB logo. The fundraisers will only ask for a Direct Debit – they will never ask for cash donations.
They work between 3pm and 9pm on a weekday, and between 12 noon and 6pm on a weekend.
If you require further reassurance, please contact our Fundraising Support Centre on 0300 1000 200 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgClose
Still have questions? Contact our Fundraising Support Centre on 0300 1000 200 between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday, or email us at email@example.com