MacMillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning 2017

The MacGregor team at our MacMillan Coffee Morning 2017

MacMillan Cancer Support

MacMillan Cancer Support know how a cancer diagnosis can affect every aspect of someones life. So they’re there to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk, they are there. As well as raising money through a number initiatives such as the MacMillan Coffee Morning, they even offer a range of free courses, workshops and e-learning for people affected by cancer, including carers, family members, volunteers and community members.

MacGregors and Charities

Here at MacGregor Industrial Supplies we love to support a great cause. Whether we’re helping out MFR and their Cash For Kids Initiative with Schoolwear or raffling off a car in aid of Highland Hospice, we’re always looking to raise the profile of anything that will better the life of those less fortunate.

 

MacGregors MacMillan Coffee Morning 2017

Each year Macmillan Cancer support hold The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. It is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. People from all over the UK to host their own Coffee Mornings with all donations going towards MacMillan Cancer Support. Last year saw £29.5 million raised for the cause and they had hoped to beat that this year on the 29th of September.

Our MacMillan Coffee Morning had our staff break out some of their best home baking recipes and go head to head in a bake off. We had everything from Cheesecake to Profiteroles and some gnarly decorated marshmallows.

 

However, it was the Malteaser Tiffin that came out on top. With a valiant effort from everyone involved we managed to raise over £500!

MacMillan Coffee Morning 2017 Winner
WINNER – Malteaser Tiffin

How You Can Get Involved

To be a part of this great cause and host your own MacMillan Coffee Morning then register here. Or, to find more information on MacMillan Cancer Support and their efforts then visit www.macmillan.org.uk.

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