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Oxfordshire’s Business Challenge 2011.

In 2011 Macmillan Cancer Support will have been improving lives of people affected by cancer for 100 years. But we still have so much to do. That is why we would like to invite you to make a special effort to raise funds for our centenary.

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100+ Club Oxfordshire

  1. 1. 100 Club+Oxfordshire’s Business Challenge 2011
  2. 2. 100 years100 local businesses£1000 each1000s of lives changedIn 2011 Macmillan Cancer Support will have been improving the lives of peopleaffected by cancer for 100 years. But we still have so much more to do. That’s whywe’d like to invite you to make a special effort to raise funds for our centenary.How you can get involvedPledge to raise £1,000 for Macmillan in 2011. Whether it’s through stafftaking part in events, encouraging support from customers or making a donation,there are many ways you could get involved.You’ll get real business benefits by taking part.Engage your community to build stronger relationships and demonstrate yourcorporate values whilst securing valuable PR and media coverage.Work with your staff to develop better team relationships, enhance skills forpersonal development or boost staff morale and retention.Drive sales by creating sales promotions and incentives for your customers toincrease their loyalty to your brand. You’ll create a unique sellingpoint to differentiate your business from your competitors.Additional benefits available in OxfordshireRaising £1,000 or more is something to shout about sowe will thank every business that takes part throughproviding a variety of different business benefits:You will receive the opportunity to post your company logoand website link on a special web-page created by 100 CeleBraTinGB4 Magazine.You will be invited to a special networking event atthe end of the year where we’ll celebrate whatyou’ve achieved. YearsYou will receive PR from B4 Magazine and other localmedia to maximise media activity for your business.
  3. 3. Cancer affects us all Every week, 58 people in Oxfordshire will be told they have cancer. One in three of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. There are 2 million people currently living with cancer and by 2030 this will have increased to 4 million. 1 in 17 people with cancer lose their homeMacmillan aims to be there as a result of poverty causedfor patients, their families and through cancer. That’s why onecarers throughout their cancer of the services Macmillan funds isexperience. We aim to make this benefits advisors to help unlock benefitscancer journey easier through that cancer patients and their families are entitled to. So far, Macmillan hasproviding medical, emotional, unlocked almost £1 million offinancial and practical support. benefits for cancer patients.£1,000 could pay for...six Macmillan grants that cover the cost of Think you can do more?a person’s travel to hospital for treatment. £2,000 could fund a Macmillan dieticiantwo thousand copies of Macmillan’s for over two weeks. They giveUnderstanding Chemotherapy booklet. dietary and nutritional advice and care to people with cancer.one Macmillan nurse for a week(including all costs), ensuring people living £5,000 spent on a Macmillan Benefitswith cancer and their families receive advisor would enable them toessential support and advice. secure £60,000 in benefits due to cancer patients. Together, 100 companies £10,000 could operate our support line for a day. In this time, our in Oxfordshire could raise cancer support specialists could answer 372 calls from people £100,000 which could who want questions answered, fund a Macmillan nurse need practical or financial support or just want to chat. for 2 years
  4. 4. yes! we’ll take parTSign up and join 99 other businesses in Oxfordshire.Fill in the form below and one of our corporate fundraisers will call to discuss yourbusiness objectives and fundraising target.Our Details Company Contact name Address Postcode Telephone EmailHow we will get involved: We can raise £1,000 in 2011 for people affected by cancer We think we could do more. We’ll aim to raise £ We’d like to get involved another wayWe’d like to make a donation now of £ I enclose a cheque made payable to Macmillan Cancer SupportPlease debit my credit/debit card: Visa Mastercard Charity Card Maestro/SwitchCard NumberExpiry Date: Security Code: Issue Number: (switch only) Name on Card Card Holders Signature DateThank you for your supportMacmillan Cancer Support and our trading companies would like to hold your details in order to contact you about fundraising, campaigning andservices for people affected by cancer. In order to carry out our work we may need to pass your details to agents or partners who act on our behalf. Ifyou would prefer us not to use your details in this way please tick this boxMacmillan Cancer Support, registered charity in England and Wales (261017), Scotland (SCO39907) and the Isle of Man (604)
  5. 5. “We are proud to support Macmillan in their centenary year. I am impressed with their professional and unique approach to working with local businesses. Macmillan are one of Britain’s ‘best-loved’ brands, it is therefore a great opportunity for B4 Magazine to demonstrate the values of our business to our staff, customers and local community.” Richard Rosser Managing Director B4 Magazine “I am impressed with the bespoke approach Macmillan take with businesses. They really work hard with each company to deliver benefits back to their business whilst understanding how each business could best help Macmillan be a force for good.” David Mobbs Director Marketing Initiatives BusinessOxfordshire Fundraising TeamMacmillan Cancer SupportOxfordshire Office3D Grange MewsStation RoadLauntonOxfordshireOX26 5EGTel: 01869 322 279Email: oxfordshire@macmillan.org.ukLocal website: macmillan.org.uk/oxfordshireFind us on: Search for Macmillan Oxfordshire

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