Get support

Cancer is the toughest fight most of us will ever go through and if you've lost a loved one to cancer, we're here for you, for as long as you need us. Whether you want to talk to someone, need information or have any questions. We can also help you find out where your nearest self-help and support group is, what services in your local area can provide long term bereavement support and what benefits you may be entitled to.

 

Talk to someone

Talk to someone

We're here for you when you need to talk. We have a team of experts on the end of the phone, whether you have money worries, questions or would just like to talk.  Call us free on the Macmillan Support Line, 0808 808 00 00, any time 9am-8pm, Monday-Friday.

Online community

Online community

Talking to others who have been through similar experiences can also be a great source of help. Macmillan's online community is warm, welcoming and supportive - and always there for you. You can  join a bereavement support group in our Online Community. There's one bereaved spouses, and another one for friends and families.

Support groups

Support groups

We're here if and when you'd like to find your nearest support and self-help group.  They can help you cope with grief and tell you about bereavement support services in your area.

Find information

Find information

Get practical information about the next steps after a loved one dies, including coping with grief and bereavement. 

Find a fund

To find a fund, search the name of the person being remembered or the person who set up the fund