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  • Blog Post: Mac takeover day 2015!

    Yesterday over 400 members of Macmillan staff took to the streets of London to fundraise for our annual #Mactakeover day. We put on our wackiest outfits (and biggest smiles) and raised over £18,000 for people affected by cancer. I had a lovely hot day fundraising with my bucket in Picadilly whilst...
  • Blog Post: Macmillan advent calendar: Day 6!

    Today I'd like to introduce you to Danielle who works in our fundraising team. Amongst other things Dani manages our Tribute Funds website which is a permanent online space for remembering your loved ones, especially important as we come up to a time of year when many of you will be thinking about...
  • Blog Post: Community View: Blissfit runs for Macmillan!

    As the anticipation of the 2011 London Marathon reaches its peak, those taking part are doing their last few hours of training for the big day. One of the many inspirational and determined runners is our very own Macmillan community member Blissfit , who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. She...
  • Blog Post: Guest post: Who would you invite to your perfect coffee morning?

    National Events Assistant Anna Hufton blogs about her dream coffee morning. Anna with World's Biggest Coffee Morning supporter Larry Lamb Hello! I’m Anna, I’m the National Events Assistant at Macmillan Cancer Support and this is my very first coffee morning blog. So here goes...
  • Blog Post: Sorry mum! - Mother’s Day 2015

    On Sunday it was Mother’s Day and mums all over the country woke up to beautifully wrapped gifts, flowers and lots of love from their children. Or maybe your house looked a bit more like mine, where mum woke up to a big sloppy kiss... from the dog, while I ran to the shops to grab some rather lonely...
  • Blog Post: Show off your baking skills and win

    If you’re already practising your baking for the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in September, here’s a chance to show off your skills and win one of five fantastic Silver Spoon baking hampers. All you need to do is take a picture of your most delicious creation and post in on...
  • Blog Post: Fundraising in memory of mum

    Carole Barclay and her family organised an evening of entertainment in memory of her mother and raised an amazing £11,000 for Macmillan. She talks to the Community News Blog and explains how they were inspired to put on the event – and shares her top tips for anyone hoping to fundraise...
  • Blog Post: James Golding Transcript

    Thank you to everyone who came along to ask James your questions about cycling, beating cancer and fundraising. He said that he really enjoyed the chat and it was lovely to chat with you all. For those of you who missed it, here's the transcript with some useful links for further information at...
  • Blog Post: Tips for A Really Good Night In

    Are you having A Really Good Night In for Macmillan tonight? If you need any last-minute ideas for making your night special, here are a few from our Good Night In team. A Really Good Night In is a great way to raise money for Macmillan by getting together with friends for an evening of drinks...
  • Blog Post: Community news round-up – January-February 2013

    2013 got off to a busy start here on the Online Community. Here’s a round-up of a few of the best bits you might have missed over the last couple of months. Macmillan launches Not Alone campaign At Macmillan, we believe no one should face cancer alone – and last month we launched...