How you can help

Fundraising help



The quickest and easiest way to collect donations is by setting up a JustGiving page.

Follow the JustGiving step-by-step guide to setting up your fundraising page on their website.

Once you have a page, you can share the link on email and social media with your friends, family and colleagues so they can sponsor you anywhere, at any time.



Tick ‘Gift Aid’ to increase the value of donations by 25%.

Make sure your supporters know to tick the Gift Aid box to make their donations worth 25% more.

 

Fundraising help



The quickest and easiest way to collect donations is by setting up a JustGiving page.

Follow the JustGiving step-by-step guide to setting up your fundraising page on their website.

Once you have a page, you can share the link on email and social media with your friends, family and colleagues so they can sponsor you anywhere, at any time.



Tick ‘Gift Aid’ to increase the value of donations by 25%.

Make sure your supporters know to tick the Gift Aid box to make their donations worth 25% more.

 

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Featured events

All events

November
  • Maggie's Supporter
    Thursday 14 November
    We are a dental and facial aesthetic practice in the Suffolk’s Cheltenham, hosting an open event to demonstrate some of the procedures we offer. Join us for Fizz, canapés and live demo...
  • Maggie's Supporter
    Friday 15 November
    Bevan Buckland LLP have chosen Maggie's as their charity of the year as one of our staff members have a close connection with the centre. On the 15th November 2019, we are holding a char...
December
  • Maggie's Supporter
    Saturday 21 December
    Nancie Beauty have been successfully awarded an approved NHS Supplier Contract under the Framework Agreement for Supply, Repair and Maintenance of Wigs and Accessories. The official statu...
January
  • Maggie's Supporter
    Saturday 18 January
    My daughter and I are planning a fundraising disco for your charity This year was our first one and we raised money for the eve appeal in memory of my sister Kerry Hedges, who passed aw...