A Lasting Tribute

A Maggie’s Tribute Fund is a wonderful way to remember someone you loved. It’s a special place where you, your friends and family can celebrate their life and raise funds for Maggie’s in their name.

To set up your fund just click on the Create a Fund button and follow the step by step guide.

How your Fund helps


Maggie’s provides a unique approach to cancer that at its simplest can be described by ‘calmness, clarity and a cup of tea.’ Our centres provide a calm and relaxing atmosphere for anyone who walks through our doors.  A cup of tea can help make people feel at home in our centres, alongside other people who have experience of cancer.

Get In Touch With Us

Get in touch with us

We want MuchLoved to be a collaborative partnership. Our role as the MuchLoved team is to listen and respond to your suggestions and feedback so that we can improve the service for you.

If you need any help or have an idea or suggestion please feel free to contact us using the contact form below:

Maggie's Centres Support

You can also call us during office working hours on 01494 722818

Alternatively please write to us if you prefer:

The MuchLoved Charitable Trust
7c Hill Avenue
Amersham
Buckinghamshire
HP6 5BD

MuchLoved is the working name of The MuchLoved Charitable Trust which is a UK Registered Charity (No. 1118590). The work of the Trust would not have been possible without the input of time, ideas, money and hard work by our supporters. We thank you for your generous support.

Support for you


Losing someone you love can be so very difficult. A Maggie’s Tribute Fund can give you, your family and friends an area where you can come together to support and comfort each other. It really is a place to celebrate, share memories and remember a loved one.

There may be times however when you would like to have more support and guidance. Maggie’s Online Centre is there for anyone with cancer, worried about cancer or affected by someone else’s cancer. If you click on the link below you will be taken there.

Maggie's Homepage