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Maggie's Southampton
“Maggie’s transformed what seemed totally overwhelming into something manageable.”
Claire Wilson, Maggie’s visitor
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Maggie’s Southampton

Maggie’s and University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust are working in partnership to create cancer support of the highest quality for people of Southampton. 

Maggie’s Southampton will be built in the grounds of Southampton General Hospital to complement it's excellent clinical care and to offer the practical, emotional and social support people with cancer and their families and friends need.

Help us raise £3 million to bring Maggie’s to Southampton

We now urgently need help to secure £2.5 million by December 2017, and a further £500,000 in 2018.

These sums will enable construction work to commence this year, ensuring that Maggie’s Southampton can open its doors to anyone affected by cancer in 2018.

If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved in the campaign please contact:

Annika Jones

07876 884 118

About Maggie’s

Watch this short video to see the kind of support that we will be able to offer people with cancer and their families and friends at Maggie’s Southampton.

Help us raise £3 million to bring Maggie’s to Southampton

We now urgently need help to secure £2.5 million by December 2017, and a further £500,000 in 2018.

These sums will enable construction work to commence this year, ensuring that Maggie’s Southampton can open its doors to anyone affected by cancer in 2018.

If you would like to find out more about how you can get involved in the campaign please contact:

Annika Jones

07876 884 118

The Centre will significantly enhance the cancer support already offered at the hospital to include our evidence based programme of support.

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Designed by Amanda Levete, the Centre in the New Forest is being designed to be subtle, understated and imbued with light. 

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