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How you can help

WMUK Supporters
We really appreciate your support during these uncertain times, as like many small charities we are feeling the impact of COVID-19 on our funding sources. However, whilst these may be challenging times, together we can still continue to find ways to make a difference and support all those affected by Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia (WM).

Owing to the necessary measures and latest Government advice to stay safe, look after yourself and your loved ones, many of our supporters have unfortunately seen their planned challenges, activities and events cancelled or postponed.

We have been amazed to hear the creative ways in which our determined WM community have been rallying to raise vital funds for WMUK - helping us continue to support those affected by WM, at a time when it's never been more needed.

Raising awareness, providing support or donating can all make the world of difference to charities and communities like ours. From making one-off, or regular donations; hosting virtual events; running virtual marathon distances or creating virtual birthday and celebratory fundraisers online, there are still plenty of ways to get involved, all from the safety of your own home.

Donate today

If you are in a position to make a donation, however large or small, one-off or regular, we would be very grateful. 

Regular donations strengthen our charity, help us continue our vital work providing support and information to the WM community and to plan for the future. Every penny really does make a difference.

Find out more about making a donation to WMUK here. 

Fundraising activities you can do from home

In these challenging times, there are still many ways you can help us to support everyone affected by Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia, safely and securely while maintaining social distancing.

Take a look at our virtual fundraising ideas to find out more.

Take part in an organised event

Challenge yourself with a run, hike or cycle! Despite many events being cancelled, there are still lots of ways to push yourself and raise funds for WMUK.

2021 Virtual London Marathon

We've got three spaces on offer for WMUK supporters in the 2021 Virtual London Marathon. You choose the route and you choose the start time - simply run walk or jog the full 26.2 miles from midnight to 23.59pm on 3 October and receive the world-famous London Marathon medal.

Find out more and apply for a place.

Other events

If you've been lucky enough to secure a place in an organised event such as the Great North Run, or are looking to organise your own challenge event we'd love to hear from you and welcome you to the team. Just get in touch - we're here with advice, motivation and materials to help you complete your challenge and raise funds for people affected by WM.

Shop online and support WMUK

Did you know that you can do your online shopping and support WMUK at no extra cost to yourself? We are partnered with different websites that will allow you to find the best deals whilst shopping, as well as giving you a free and easy way to support those affected by Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia!

Find out more about supporting us while shopping online here.

Bob Perry 2.6 Stair Challenge

Help raise awareness of WMUK

You can help support WMUK by simply liking and sharing our social media posts on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Letting your friends and family know that you support our work, helps raise awareness of Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia and WMUK, and helps to encourage others to show their support too!

Leave a gift in your Will

By leaving a gift to WMUK in your Will, you can make a huge difference to the lives of people affected by Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia.

Your pledge will ensure we can plan long into the future, funding research and providing support for everyone affected by WM. Find out more about gifts in wills here, including a free downloadable guide.

If you’ve already got an idea of what you would like to do, we'd love to hear all about it, so please do get in contact with us. We're here to support you and to help make sure your fundraising goes exactly as planned.