Help raise money with RBS for people affected by cancer


Help raise money with RBS for people affected by cancer

Macmillan is holding the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 27 September to raise funds for people affected by cancer.

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17 September 2013

Worlds biggest coffee morning fundraiser with Macmillan

Staff throughout RBS and NatWest are supporting the event, and believe the charity’s work is so important they have decided to go one step further. Local branches will hold coffee mornings throughout coffee fortnight to give even more customers the chance to get involved.

Customers will be able to enjoy coffee and cakes at up to 2,000 branches nationwide, starting from Monday, 16 September.

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Those that miss the opportunity to support Macmillan at their local bank branch’s event can still donate money by clicking through to the charity’s website via this secure link.

All the money raised by RBS and Natwest through Coffee Morning will help to fund the Macmillan Financial Guidance Service which provides free, independent and tailored information on the financial decisions that people affected by cancer might have to make.

Cancer affects everyone. One in three of us will be diagnosed with the illness and two million people are living with cancer in the UK today. Macmillan is here to ensure no one faces cancer alone, no matter who they are, where they live in the UK or what kind of cancer they have.

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