Ravinder on being a volunteer ambassador

Published: 25 January 2022


A photograph of Ravinder, a Macmillan volunteering ambassador. Ravinder is wearing a red top and standing in front of trees.

Creating a Community After Treatment

After using Macmillan’s services when she had breast cancer, Ravinder decided to become a volunteer, giving back to Macmillan through fundraising, talking to her local community and generating press coverage for the charity. Perhaps most notable, has been her dedication to changing the stigma around cancer that she felt to be an issue within the Asian community.

'The voluntary work I’m doing with Macmillan gives me huge satisfaction.'

A volunteer stands on a closed off road at the Brighton Half Marathon 2023. They are wearing a Macmillan branded bib/vest and holding a cup of water to offer to runners.

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