Breast Cancer Now – a UK breast cancer charity funding research and providing support for anyone affected by breast cancer
UK Charity for TNBC – a charity dedicated to helping people with TNBC in the UK by providing them with better information and receiving donations to be used to fund increased awareness and research into treatments for TNBC
Black Women Rising – the Black Women Rising cancer project was set up by breast cancer survivor and community activist Leanne Pero in 2017 and aims to provide awareness and support for the Black, Asian and minority ethnic community
ABCDiagnosis – an organisation and network offering peer-to-peer support for people affected by primary and secondary breast cancer. A “one-stop-shop” to make informed choices through treatment and living with & beyond the disease
Live Through This – a cancer support and advocacy charity for the LGBTIQ+ community
METUP UK – a metastatic breast cancer (MBC) patient advocacy group, working to improve outcomes for those living with MBC in the UK
Talking about cancer can be tough. Our cancer information and support specialists offer a listening ear. We can talk about whatever matters to you. We can also offer guidance and help you find the right information and support in your area.• Breast Cancer Now – Helpline
If you have a particular concern about breast cancer or just want to talk, our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you.• Breast Cancer Now – Call Someone Like Me
Our Someone Like Me service will put you in touch with someone else who's had or been affected by breast cancer.• Cancer Research UK – Nurse helpline
If you or someone close to you have been affected by cancer and you’ve got questions, it is easy to call our nurses on freephone 0808 800 4040, 9 to 5 Monday to Friday.
Simply email any question – big or small – and get a reply from one of our specialist nurses.• Breast Cancer Now – Email Someone Like Me
Email a trained volunteer who has had a similar diagnosis, experience or background.• Cancer Research UK – Nurse helpline
If you or someone close to you have been affected by cancer and you’ve got questions, it is easy to email our nurses.
Talking about cancer can be tough. Our cancer information and support specialists offer a listening ear. We can talk about whatever matters to you. We can also offer guidance and help you find the right information and support in your area.
An anonymous network of people affected by triple-negative breast cancer which is free to join. Share experiences, ask questions and talk to people who understand.• Breast Cancer Now – Forum
Whatever your experience of breast cancer, the Forum is here for you to ask questions and get the support you need.• Cancer Research UK – Cancer Chat Forum
Chat to others in your cancer community.
Our free app has tips and personal stories to help you move forward after diagnosis and treatment.
What’s going on near you? Find out about support groups, where to get information and how to get involved with Macmillan where you live.• Maggie's Centres UK – Find support near you
Maggie's have cancer support centres across the UK. You can find centres that are close to you if you need professional support, or to help make coping with cancer and caring for someone with cancer, easier.• Breast Cancer Now – Someone Like Me
If you'd like to speak to someone who has personal experience of the challenges you are facing or someone who can just offer a safe space and listening ear, the Someone Like Me service is available.