10 December 2018
Stamps of support
Donate your stamps to Macmillan Cancer Support and help people living with cancer
We are calling upon companies, schools and individuals from across the whole of the UK over the festive period to collect and donate stamps to raise valuable funds to help support the growing number of people living with cancer.
For every kilo of stamps collected, £7.50 plus VAT will be paid to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Matt Jameson Fundraising Manager at Macmillan says, ‘It’s amazing that people can still support us in this brilliant way and with Christmas coming up and all these cards being sent get saving those stamps! It is such an easy way for Macmillan to receive extra funds and every penny really does make a massive difference.'
Being told 'you have cancer' can affect so much more than your health - it can affect your family, your job, even your ability to pay the bills. But you're still you. We get that. And, after over 100 years of helping people through cancer, we get what's most important: that you're treated as a person, not just a patient.
It's why we'll take the time to understand you and all that matters to you, so we can help you get the support you need to take care of your health, protect your personal relationships and deal with money and work worries.
We're here to help you find your best way through from the moment of diagnosis, so you're able to live life as fully as you can.
Please send your stamps to:
Stamp Bureau in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support
PO Box 469
Please carefully cut away any excess paper, leaving approximately 1cm around the stamp when cutting off the envelope, avoiding any damage to the stamp itself and place in an envelope before posting.
This is a supporter led activity and no receipt will be sent out when stamps are received.
If you have any questions regarding donating stamps, please contact our Stamp Supporter, Spencer Weiner. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
*Paid to Macmillan Cancer Support Trading Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of Macmillan Cancer Support to which it gives all of its taxable profits.