Macmillan Project


We are working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support to provide support to people with a cancer diagnosis. The Macmillan Project offers free, confidential advice to help people deal with the financial impact a diagnosis can bring, such as a reduction in income due to being unable to work, or additional costs like travel to hospital for appointments.

How we work

Our adviser can help you to make sure you are claiming all the benefits you are entitled to and provide money and debt advice to help you manage your finances. This might include support to complete applications for benefits such as Personal Independence Payment (PIP), or advising you about other projects that can offer targeted support for cancer patients. They can also help you with other issues you may be experiencing, such as housing or employment problems.

How to access the project

Citizens Advice Helpline

Call our free Adviceline on 0808 278 7910 to discuss your situation with our team.
Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm and Friday 9am – 4.30pm

You can also be referred to the service by one of the following organisations:

Macmillan Helpline

If you are affected by cancer and worried about your finances, you can call the Macmillan support line on: 0808 1754505 

St Luke’s Hospice

Visit the website for details of how to contact St Luke’s, click here.

The Wolseley Trust

Visit the website for details of how to contact The Wolseley Trust, click here.

Plymouth Community Builders

Plymouth Community Builders are based in various locations across the city and can make referrals into the service. Visit the Four Greens Community Trust website to find out who your Community Builder is and how you can reach them, click here.

Please mention ‘Macmillan’ when you get in touch to help us link you up with the project quickly.