Your fundraising stories
There are lots of ways to fundraise for Maggie's and our supporters have some of the best ideas. Take a look at what others have done for us to inspire your fundraising.
Retiring in style to support people with cancer
Andrew White asked people to donate to his JustGiving page instead of giving to his retirement collection. He made a film about his experience of prostate cancer and why he fundraised for Maggie's.
The 2p Tea Lady
9 year old Megan sold 300 cups of tea for 2p each for Maggie's Nottingham because staff at the Centre supported her dad Mark.
Getting the chop for Maggie's
Teresa cut her long blonde hair to support her best friend Helen who was diagnosed with breast cancer. She raised over £1,000 for Maggie's Wallace.
Bowling for Lanarkshire
John organised a bowling event at his local bowling club and raised over £1,500 for Maggie's Lanarkshire.
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What others are doing
Maggie'sFriday 26 June
Newcastle's night walk for cancer support
Maggie's SupporterFriday 26 JulyA group of ladies from Pure Gym in Livingston are taking part in a 12 hour cycle to thank you for all the support you have given to a close friend on Friday 26th July
Maggie's SupporterFriday 16 AugustWe work for Enterprise Study and our company allow staff one day a year to volunteer or fundraise for a charity of their choice. My friend and colleague Claire is teaming up with me to ra...
Maggie's SupporterSaturday 31 AugustMy friend Karen and I will be taking part in the Loch Ness 10K obstacle Beast Race.
Maggie's SupporterThursday 12 SeptemberI am going to be skydiving to raise money for Maggies
Maggie's SupporterSaturday 14 SeptemberMe and my team mate Greg are going to be completing a 105 mile run, cycle and kayak across the Scottish Highlands starting in Cawdor (near Nairn) and finishing all the way down in Glencoe...
Maggie's SupporterSunday 15 SeptemberFourth year of playing for the Maggie Pearson Brownie Trophy at Burntisland Golf House Club, in memory of Maggie Brownie, who sadly passed away from Breast Cancer in 2015. Maggie and her...