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Last year, with the money you helped us raise, we supported an estimated 1.9 million people to live life as fully as they can.
In 2018, we made a difference to the lives of 1.9 million people – giving them in-depth, personal support. That’s 300,000 more people than in the previous year.
Thank you to our volunteers, supporters, partners, professionals and employees for all that you have done to give people with cancer the support they need, and for the difference we will make together in the coming year.
To find out more, download our 2018 Annual report and accounts.
Short on time? You can download our Annual report overview.
In 2018, we estimate that 1.9 million people received personal, in-depth support from one or more of our Macmillan professionals or services.
Our superb supporters raised £230.8 million in 2018.
Local fundraising committees £4.0 million
Fundraising events £56.1 million
Corporate income £19.5 million
Philanthropy £5.2 million
General donations £12.1 million
Direct marketing £33.2 million
Donated services and facilities 2.9 million
This is from people leaving a gift to us in their will.
This income comes from specific grants given to support Macmillan initiatives.
This includes income from our raffles and lotteries, fundraising committee sales and our online shop, licensing and other commercial activities.
We spent a record £195 million on services for people living with cancer, £3 million more than the year before.
We fund and support a range of health and social care professionals. You can find out more about how we fund Macmillan health and social care professionals.
We provide people with information to help them make important decisions about their treatment and care.
We provide financial support to help people who are struggling with the cost of cancer, including through Macmillan grants, benefits advice and financial guidance.
We help people find the emotional support they need and get help with the practical issues arising from cancer.
This includes providing training opportunities for professionals, volunteers and people affected by cancer.
We campaign for changes to improve the lives of people living with cancer and raise awareness of issues most important to them.
2017 annual report and accounts
2016 annual report and accounts
2015 annual report and accounts
2014 annual report and accounts
2013 annual report and accounts
2012 annual report and accounts
2011 annual report and accounts
2010 annual report and accounts
2009 annual report and accounts
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