10 days to go for our Macmillan Coffee Morning!

Strike-Jobs are fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support by holding a coffee morning on the 26th of September.

CoffeeWhat is a coffee morning?

Coffee Morning by Macmillan Cancer Support is a fundraiser for people who are living with cancer. It is a fun way to get your daily dose of caffeine in the morning along with a slice of cake, while helping support such a great cause. People all across the UK are holding coffee mornings and raising money for people living with cancer.

Why take part?

Cancer is a battle that no one should have to face on his or her own. With growing advances in technology and medicine, the chances for winning the battle is increasing. This means more and more cancer patients are trying to get on with their lives as normal.

The money raised by us and the Coffee Morning campaign will help make sure every person, from the moment they are diagnosed to throughout their treatment, will not be thrown into living with cancer alone.

When and where:

26th of September between 9am and 12 am

Starbucks, South Molton Street, London, W1K 5QG

If you cannot make it on the day, you can donate to the Just Giving page.

Facebook Event Page

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Strike-Jobs works along side charitable organisations like Macmillan and offers advice to candidates with disability to help them in their job search.

Right at this moment, there are 2 million people in the UK who are living with cancer. It is estimated that this number will double by 2030.

Ceren Kardelen Sagir | Strike-Jobs.co.uk Journalist

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