The North Wales Marie Curie Fundraising Office is asking if you can help us to promote our upcoming Blooming Great Tea Party season.
Marie Curie is calling on people to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party between 20-29 June and support the charity which provides care and support for people living with a terminal illness.
Throw a Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie
Like baking the perfect cake, hosting a Blooming Great Tea Party is all about the right ingredients — nice cuppas and naughty cakes, old friends and new faces, bad jokes and good conversation. It's all about having a blooming great time while raising money for a blooming great cause.
You can get your free fundraising pack at www.mariecurie.org.uk/teaparty with bunting, invitations, posters, quiz questions and recipes to download.
Marie Curie provides free hands on nursing care to patients diagnosed with a terminal illness in their own homes as well as vital emotional support for their families and carers.
In North Wales last year, 58 Marie Curie nurses provided care to 1,179 terminally ill people in their homes, usually overnight.
£20 pays for a Marie Curie Nurse to look after someone with a terminal illness for an hour in the comfort of their own homes;
£180 will pay for a full nine-hour shift.
Any help you are able to give is greatly appreciated.
Care and support through terminal illness
Email — firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel — 01745 352 910
Mobile — 07713 087 461
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