Maggie’s is a growing network of cancer caring centres around the UK that provide emotional and psychological support, benefits advice and a range of workshops such as tai chi, meditation and expressive writing to anyone affected by cancer. You can see a video here showing Angus speaking about his experience of Maggie’s.
All our services are free and our centres are run almost entirely on donations. Some funds are raised through events like our night hike.
We're pleased to introduce our first ever Glasgow Night Hike, which follows in the footsteps of Maggie's incredibly successful London Night Hike, and sees you visiting some of the city's best buildings.
Find out how you can join us in this amazing fundraising event by visiting www.maggiescentres.org/nighthike or by calling us on 0300 123 1801
If you are interested in providing corporate support to Maggie’s, please visit www.maggiescentres.org/corporate
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