To make a donation by cash or cheque in person at the bank – please contact our fundraising support centre on 0300 1000 200 or at [email protected] They’ll be able to send you a paying in slip to use at any branch of NatWest, RBS or Ulster Bank and take your details so that we can send you an acknowledgement …
Where do I send donations to Macmillan?
CAF cheques or vouchers should be made payable to Macmillan Cancer Support and sent to Macmillan Cancer Support, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7UQ. We can also accept donations from any other charity giving account (eg Charities Trust, Stewardship).
How do I donate to Macmillan by text?
Donating by text is a quick and easy way to support Macmillan. Text MOBILE to 70550 to make a £5 single donation. Text REGULAR to 70550 to donate £5 a month.
Are Macmillan Nurses for end of life care?
Don’t worry too much as MacMillan may come in at any stage they are needed. Their role can range from advice and support to newly diagnosed patients through to end of life care.
Where can you pay Macmillan money?
You can pay in the money you’ve raised at a NatWest, RBS, or Ulster Bank near you. Please call our Supporter Care Hub on 0300 1000 200 or email us at [email protected] for a paying-in slip.
How do I get a Macmillan charity box?
If you are planning a fundraiser or are a proprietor of a Retail Outlet, a Public House or a Business; and would like to show your support for Macmillan Caring Locally, please go to our online shop to request a free collecting box. Alternately contact our office on 01202 477628.
How do I donate on behalf of someone else?
Include a note with your donation that identifies the person for whom you are making the donation, including contact information. This allows the charity to send a card or certificate to that person, letting him know that someone has made a donation on his behalf.
Do Macmillan nurses get paid?
They do not represent nurse salaries. Macmillan funds a number of other health and social care professionals (Allied Health Professionals – AHPs), besides nurses. They work alongside nurses and doctors to provide a comprehensive range of cancer healthcare support.
What do Macmillan spend their money on?
We spent £192 million on services for people living with cancer, £18.8 million more than the year before. We fund and support a range of health and social care professionals. We provide people with information to help them make important decisions about their treatment and care.
How do I get in touch with Macmillan Nurses?
The Macmillan Support Line can help with clinical, practical and financial information. Please call us on 0808 808 00 00 (7 days a week, 8am-8pm). If you would prefer to send us an email please complete this form.
What is the Macmillan charity?
Since Douglas Macmillan founded our charity in 1911, we have grown to be the UK’s leading source of cancer support, helping more and more people living with cancer, all with your help. His father’s pain and suffering moved Douglas so much, he founded the Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer.
What’s the difference between Marie Curie and Macmillan nurses?
Macmillan nurses care for people with cancer, from when they’re first diagnosed. Marie Curie Nurses care for people with all terminal illnesses, including terminal cancer, towards the end of their lives. They generally spend several hours at a time in your home providing care and support, usually overnight.
Are Macmillan nurses only for terminal patients?
Some people think that Macmillan nurses only help people at the end of life. But you can be referred to a palliative care nurse at any stage of your cancer experience.
Does palliative care mean death?
Having palliative care doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re likely to die soon – some people receive palliative care for years. You can also have palliative care alongside treatments, therapies and medicines aimed at controlling your illness, such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
How does Macmillan coffee morning work?
We’ll send you a downloadable Coffee Morning kit over email with a few goodies you can print off and use on the day. It couldn’t be simpler – just put out some delicious treats (or healthy alternatives) for everyone to enjoy at your Coffee Morning and ask people to make a donation to Macmillan.
What should I bring to a Macmillan coffee morning?
We’ll send you a fundraising kit once you’ve signed up to host a Coffee Morning. Choose from the complete classic kit with bunting, balloons and a tablecloth or our lighter kit with less paper and no plastic. Each kit includes recipes, a collection box, event posters and a game for your event!
What do you say when giving a donation?
Thank you for your great generosity! We, at [charitable organization], greatly appreciate your donation, and your sacrifice. Your support helps to further our mission through [general projects], including [specific project or recipient]. Your support is invaluable to us, thank you again!
Is Macmillan nurses a charity?
Macmillan Cancer Support is registered as a charity with the Charity Commission (registered charity number 261017) and as a company limited by guarantee with the Registrar of Companies (registered company number 2400969).
How many Macmillan nurses are there?
About our amazing professionals Today, there are almost 12000 Macmillan nurses, doctors and other health and social care professionals working in the UK. They are employed and managed by our partners, including the NHS, local authorities and other charities.
How much money does Macmillan raise a year?
We rely on donations for 98% of our income and with the help of our supporters, we raised £229 million in 2019.
How much money has Macmillan raised in total?
We campaign for changes to improve the lives of people affected by cancer and raise awareness of issues most important to them. Our superb supporters raised £230.8 million in 2018. We spent a record £195 million on services for people living with cancer, £3 million more than the year before. See the breakdown below.