Play Today to Help People Living With Cancer

Every ticket you buy for the Lottery or Raffle helps Macmillan
do whatever it takes to support people living with cancer.

Join our lottery and make a difference to people like Kiwi

After being diagnosed with leukaemia, Kiwi found solace and support in the Macmillan Support Line. He didn't want to burden his family further, and with Macmillan, he didn't have to. He received the emotional, financial, and practical assistance he needed.

By entering the Lottery today, you empower Macmillan to innovate and enhance the ways we support those living with cancer.

Kiwi
Sal

You can support people like Sal by playing our Spring Raffle

When Sal was diagnosed with Breast cancer in 2022, it had a huge emotional impact. “It felt like the end of the world,” she told us, “the realisation of my situation hit me like a ton of bricks”.

Fortunately Lynne, a Macmillan Counsellor, was able to support Sal and help her work through her difficult feelings as she went through treatment. “Lynne was wonderful, she really helped me process my muddled emotions. I could talk about anything in my sessions, it didn’t just have to be cancer.”.

By playing the Macmillan Spring Raffle, you will be helping us do whatever it takes for people like Sal, offering crucial support when they need it most.

Thank you so much for your generosity and support.

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