Macmillan Cancer Support and RBS partnership

Macmillan Cancer Support and RBS partnership

Macmillan Cancer Support have launched a financial guidance service providing free, independent and tailored information on financial decisions people affected by cancer might have to make.

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08 August 2012

Financial guidance for those affected by cancer

We have provided funding to support Macmillan with this service, which is delivered by a team of Macmillan Financial Guides.

Research has shown that 43% of people living with cancer see a significant change in their financial situation. Working in partnership with Macmillan to support people at this difficult time in their lives is part of the RBS commitment to deliver helpful banking services for all of our customers.

RBS and Macmillan

RBS has been in partnership with Macmillan since 2008, and has helped improve the lives of thousands of people affected by cancer across the UK. RBS Group colleagues and customers have fundraised over £1.4 million, and staff contributed over 9,700 volunteering hours in 2011. Volunteering activities range from supporting fundraising events to offering practical support within local communities.

Financial guidance service

The service offers useful information on financial products, including mortgages, pensions, insurance and savings. It is available over the phone on 0808 808 00 00 as well as online through financial guidance and an interactive financial guide.

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