What it's all for...

could pay for a Macmillan nurse for an hour, providing essential medical, practical and emotional support.

could buy a liquidiser for someone who can't eat solid food as a result of their cancer treatment.


could help run a large Macmillan information and support centre for an hour.

could pay for a Macmillan nurse for a day, helping people living with cancer and their families receive essential support.

could pay for travel and accommodation for a support group member to attend a dealing with loss workshop.

could pay for a Macmillan Grant that helps a family affected by cancer take a holiday and enjoy precious time together.


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Our corporate supporters

Thank you to our generous corporate supporters for helping to make the World's Biggest Coffee Morning such a success.

M&S - Headline sponsor Main column image

We’re pleased to announce that M&S Café are on board once again as our official headline sponsor of World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

M&S CafeWe’ve been working with M&S for the last five years to fund vital Macmillan services. Last year was our most successful year ever, raising a fantastic £1.2million for Macmillan.

This brings the total amount we’ve raised together to £2.8 million, which will go a long way towards helping ensure that no one affected by cancer has to face the fight alone.

This year M&S are helping to make the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning the biggest ever in a whole host of ways. They’re selling a range of new and exclusive Coffee Morning products in Cafés and Foodhalls, including vintage inspired cupcake cases, a limited edition Macmillan Victoria sponge cake and gorgeous limited edition pin badges, designed by fashion designer, Celia Birtwell.

They’ll also be giving Macmillan 5p from the sale of every coffee and cake sold in M&S Cafés throughout September. And to top it off, all M&S Cafés across the country are getting involved and hosting their own coffee mornings – with their help coffee morning really is set to be a supersized success!

But our partnership is built on much more than just coffee and cake, and has seen M&S embed Macmillan into their business, by supporting our Work and Cancer programme, and hundreds of M&S staff pledging to support Macmillan by fundraising and volunteering throughout the year.

And, last year, thanks to the support of its employees and customers, M&S was able to fund a total of 19 vital new Macmillan professional posts in communities around the UK. From nurses to dieticians, psychologists to doctors (and more!) Macmillan professionals are specialist healthcare professionals who are there for people affected by cancer. Right from the moment they’re diagnosed, through their treatment and beyond.

With over two million people living with cancer in the UK, the demand for Macmillan professional’s has never been higher, which is why the continued support of partners like M&S is so very vital.

We’re extremely proud of how our successful World’s Biggest Coffee Morning partnership with Macmillan has grown into a relationship than spans our whole business year round to deliver a very real benefit to both our staff and customers alike.bgblockquoteend
Damian Dixon - Head of Trading at Marks and Spencer