How your money helps
Maggie's helped us through our darkest days
When Colton's wife Amanda died a year after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, Colton was worried about how to help his teenage daughter Saffron as well as grieving himself.
Colton tells his story in this short film and shares how he turned to Maggie's for psychological support.
People with cancer need your support
A cancer diagnosis can turn life upside-down
The pandemic has created more challenges – from late diagnosis, delayed or cancelled treatments to feelings of loneliness and anxiety.
Our centres are built in the grounds of NHS cancer hospitals. The NHS provides medical treatment and with your support, we can continue to help people with cancer and their families manage the mental and emotional challenges of cancer.
Stories from our centres...more
“You are not alone” – Bami on breaking the silence around cancer
Rhys' story – I leaned on Maggie's to help me talk to my daughtersRead story
Alyson's story – it's comforting to know Maggie's is thereRead story
What your money does...
means an individual, couple or family can have a one-hour support session with a Psychologist, helping them address a complex range of issues
pays for one day of money advice to support people to claim the grants and benefits they are entitled to
provides cancer support sessions for up to 20 people to help them understand their diagnosis, treatment and life with cancer