People of Angus and Tayside are being asked to get together with their family, friends, colleagues and neighbours and have ‘A Really Good Night In’ to help people locally with cancer.
Whether it’s a few drinks and nibbles, a girly pamper night or a chance to get crafty and swap skills, Macmillan wants people to make time for what matters on Friday 26 April and help to ensure no one goes through cancer alone.
For the one in three of Scots who will get cancer, it will probably be the toughest fight that they have ever faced. It’s a fight no one should go through alone and with people’s support no one will.
Hosting ‘A Really Good Night In’ and raising money will help Macmillan to support people locally affected by cancer. Macmillan provides medical, practical, financial and emotional support to everyone with cancer. Money raised locally helps to fund nurses and vital information and support services.
Shirlie Geddes, fund-raising manager for Angus, said: “‘A Really Good Night In’ is the perfect excuse for a catch up with your nearest and dearest. It’s easy to take part and help raise money – just sign up today, get a gang together, ask for a donation and have fun! You could host a film night, organise a pamper party, get crafty and swap skills or simply invite friends round for drinks and nibbles. It’s a great way to raise money for Macmillan and make sure no one in Angus and Tayside goes through cancer alone.”
To find out more or to sign up visit macmillan.org.uk/nightin or call 0845 070 1318.