Commercial Feature: Macmillan Night In

The Northern Echo: Macmillan Night In Macmillan Night In

On Friday 16th May, friends in the North East will be swapping a night out on the town for a Night In with their favourite people – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support.


Night In is great fun and so simple. Whether it’s a girly night on the sofa or cocktails and posh nibbles, it's a fab excuse for an evening in with your friends to catch up on the important things in life. Taking part is easy: just donate the money you would have spent on a night out to Macmillan, and let the good times roll.


And the best bit: every pound you raise will make a huge difference. It will mean that someone who’s living with cancer will have a constant source of support to help them take back control of life and feel themselves again. Last year there were 123,041 people living with cancer in the North East, and Macmillan was able to answer 2,610 calls and fund 232 nurses in the region. So you really can see the difference your Night In will make to people affected by cancer in your area.


You and your friends are part of something big – all over the country people are having a Night In for Macmillan. So get together with your favourite people to eat, drink, laugh, catch up. And help make sure that no one has to face cancer alone in 2014.


Night In for Macmillan takes place on Friday 16th May.  To be a part of it, sign up to get your free Night In Kit. It's got everything you need for a fantastic, fuss-free Night In - and some lovely little extras too. Get yours today.

To register:
Visit www.macmillan.org.uk/nightin

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8:57pm Sat 5 Apr 14

monty1973 says...

don't waste your time macmillan did nothing for my wife .she had cancer for 2 & half years they came to she her once promised help gave us nothing i didn't even know about grants , they told us they would help us as I was converting bathroom into a walk in shower as my could not get in & out the bath, she died a week ago ,my son said give them a ring to find out what happend & i was told now is to late for a grant to them it's all about money for people at the top.
don't waste your time macmillan did nothing for my wife .she had cancer for 2 & half years they came to she her once promised help gave us nothing i didn't even know about grants , they told us they would help us as I was converting bathroom into a walk in shower as my could not get in & out the bath, she died a week ago ,my son said give them a ring to find out what happend & i was told now is to late for a grant to them it's all about money for people at the top. monty1973
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