Two members of the Work Support Services Team in Shipley talking in the office

The services and professionals you can support

We are the only charity in the UK that supports people living with cancer no matter what their situation or diagnosis is.

Around half of the UK's population is expected to have cancer at some point in their lives. We want to be there for everyone from the moment they are diagnosed.

Ways you can support our work

Kemi, Macmillan Clinical Education Project Lead, smiling while talking to a colleague at work

Fund our Macmillan professionals

Macmillan nurses and other health and social care professionals such as support workers play a key role in improving the experience and outcomes of people living with cancer. Your support will help them to make sure people living with cancer feel more in control of their treatment.
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Mario, a middle-aged man wearing glasses, is sitting in front of shelves with cancer information booklets.

Give to our Information and support services

Services like the Macmillan Support Line and our Online Community make sure that people living with cancer get the best available advice and support at the time they most need it. The services are free for anyone to use, and your support means that everyone who needs support can get it.

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Portrait of Ghazala working in the Work Support Service Team in Shipley

Support our Money and work projects

We don’t want anyone to be financially worse off because they have cancer. Our financial help services help to support people living with cancer with any money issues they might have so they can focus on what matters to them.
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Artist's impression of the North Norfolk Macmillan Centre. The outside of a single-storey building painted white.

Support our special projects

Help us to innovate and improve cancer care and support for the future. Through developing new services, designing better cancer environments and influencing system-wide innovation, we drive improvements in care at every level, reacting to changing needs of people living with cancer.
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