Maggie’s Dundee

Maggie’s Dundee is for the emotional, practical, and social care of people with cancer in Tayside, Angus, and North Fife.  The beautiful building is situated in the grounds of Ninewells. It’s a warm welcoming place where you can meet people who are experiencing the same things you are, find support groups specific to your needs and get advice and information from our professional staff.

Coming to Maggie’s can help you to make positive changes to your lifestyle. Our psychological and emotional support has been shown to significantly reduce anxiety and depression. You don’t need and appointment and all our support is free.

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Our Dundee centre

This is our Dundee centre, built in 2003 to a design by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry, who was a personal friend of Maggie Keswick Jencks.  Our centres are warm, welcoming places where our visitors feel valued and able to get away from the clinical atmosphere of the hospital.  The statue is by Anthony Gormley.

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Maggie’s support includes:

Cancer and treatment information

Cancer-specific support groups

Help with understanding and claiming benefits

Exercise and nutrition groups

Support for family and friends

Bereavement support

Relaxation and stress management

What they say…

“At Maggie’s we could not be more delighted to be the chosen charity for Scottie’s by the Sea.  The trail will be such a wonderful attraction to the beautiful North-East Fife area, and will help us raise awareness of the support available for people with cancer and those who love them in the local area.  With centres at both Ninewells in Dundee and the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy we have over 20,000 visits per year.  Thank you for supporting our cancer-caring charity while enjoying the Fife coastline, the superb Scottie dogs and the events surrounding them at the same time.”

Laure Lee – Chief Executive

“Patients I refer to Maggie’s tell me how pleased they are they visited and have described it as helping them share experiences, feel more in control and learn more about their cancer.”

Mr Rodney Mountain, ENT Surgeon, NHS Tayside

“Maggie’s made me feel normal at a time when everything in my life was far from normal.”

Cassie, Maggie’s Centre Visitor

How you can support Maggie’s

Make a donation

There are lots of ways you can donate.

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Get a fundraising pack

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Donate to Maggie’s

“Above all what matters is not to lose the joy of living in the fear of dying.”  Maggie Keswick Jencks

There are lots of ways you can donate to help support people with cancer including setting up a regular monthly donation, giving in memory, leaving a Gift in your Will, giving in celebration or playing our weekly lottery.

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Auction for Maggie’s

At the end of the trail the Scotty Dog sculptures will be auctioned to raise much needed funds for Maggie’s.

Your financial support will help Maggie’s employ cancer-support specialists, pay for nutrition courses, fund a benefits advisor, organise walking and exercise groups, and generally support the 15,000 visits we have from local people with cancer and their families.

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A Wild in Art Event

Wild in Art is the leading producer of spectacular public art events and creative projects which enrich, entertain, inform and connect communities – giving people of all ages a voice through art.

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