Cohorted are honoured to be supporting this year’s Macmillan Ball, an evening organised to raise money but most importantly, awareness.
Macmillan is an organisation that offers emotional, physical and financial support to individuals affected by cancer. With the right tools, opportunities and information to help improve the quality of life, Macmillan’s ambition is to improve access to cancer care and equal access to these services.
By 2020, 1 in 2 of us will have had a cancer diagnosis at some point in our lives.
The Macmillan Ball is an evening of glamour, fundraising and live entertainment, all with one core value at heart. On Wednesday 27th November, guests will be welcomed with a champagne and canapé reception, before divulging in a three-course dinner. The evening will consist of networking, opportunities to win prizes, and performances, all in aid to meet Macmillan’s aims.
Cancer will affect everyone at some point in our lifetime. From the moment individuals are diagnosed, Macmillan offers support through treatment and beyond. As health and social care professionals, they provide opportunities, tools and information to support you in these roles, encouraging more individuals to recognise the work they do.
Cohorted are proud to be supporting this event and Macmillan.
To Get Involved: https://www.macmillan.org.uk/get-involved/all-ways-to-help.html