Talented young artist Molly from Ealing, London has designed this year’s Christmas e-card for supporters who are donating to Myeloma UK instead of giving Christmas cards or presents. The artistic seven-year-old supports Myeloma UK in memory of her grandmother who passed away from myeloma in 2011.
Leaving a gift in your Will is a great way to support causes that matter to you. Last year, we received £710,000 in donations from Wills which funded services for patients and families, as well as vital myeloma research.
Annette Christian from the Isle of Man took part in Coffee Morning Month last year and raised over £5,000. She tells us why she took part in Myeloma UK’s Coffee Morning Month and what tips and tricks she used to make her event a big success.
Best friends Pete Wood and Nick Jellema took on a world record challenge at this year’s Great North Run, in support of Myeloma UK.
The Sherwood family from Dorset recently took on an epic challenge, cycling 970 miles across 12 days from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise funds for Myeloma UK.
Pry open the collection tins and smash open your piggy bank, the round £1 coin is being replaced for the first time in over 30 years!
Since launching our Direct Debit campaign, we’re so encouraged that 180 fantastic supporters have chosen to help us fast-forward to […]
Patient and Myeloma UK regular donor Nick Argent explains why he’s backing our new Direct Debit campaign.
With golf season in full swing, there’s no better time to plan a charity golf day. Here’s our top tips for fundraising on the fairways.
Six-year-old Molly tells us why she’s been fundraising in memory of her granny to support Myeloma UK – and why you should too.