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With your help, we can be there for people living with cancer.


With your help, we can be there for people living with cancer.

Make a donation

How to donate

As well as giving online, there are lots of other ways you can donate to Macmillan. Find out more about the different options to help you decide the best way to give for you.

Leave a gift in your will

By leaving a gift in your will, you will be helping to ensure that future generations of people continue to get all the support they need, no matter what their situation.

Donate in Memory


If you're looking to give a large donation, our dedicated Philanthropy Team are here to help you make the biggest impact for Macmillan.

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Giving a personal gift

We know that giving a large gift is hugely personal. We'll work with you so you're able to connect with the work we do in a way that's right for you.

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Gifts from trusts and foundations

Make a difference to people living with cancer by giving a major philanthropic gift to Macmillan via a charitable trust or foundation.

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Fund a Macmillan project

Major gifts can help fund specific Macmillan projects. Your donation can help fund Macmillan professionals, our vital services and more.

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Join an event

Come along to a local free event to meet the team and hear about the work we are doing in your area.

Why support Macmillan

Your impact

In 2019, 1.9 million people received personal, high impact support from one or more of our Macmillan professionals or services.
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Macmillan nurses

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Macmillan Allied Health Professionals

Mario, a middle-aged man wearing glasses, is sitting in front of shelves with cancer information booklets.


Cancer information and support services

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Benefits Advice schemes

Macmillan Lottery and Raffle

Related information

Find answers to your frequently asked questions about donating to Macmillan, along with information about Gift Aid and giving through your payroll.