Marie Curie nurses provide terminal care to people in their own homes or in one of their hospices. It’s a charitable UK organization, run by nurses, providing quality help and support to patients with terminal illness.
Their core values are to put patients and their families first, similar in a lot of ways to Macmillan cancer.
They work with the NHS or National Health Service in partnership on a 50/50 relationship with their hospices.
I am pleased to support MCCC.
There are 9 hospices run by them throughout the UK. Here they are in alphabetical order according to location:
It is a registered charity named after the famous scientist who researched radioactivity (1867-1934).
They came from the humble beginnings of a single hospital named after Marie Curie at Hamstead, London back in 1948 and now support over 2000 nurses.
There aren’t many families that haven’t been touched by cancer and this organisation is commonly involved with their care.
They rely on charitable donations through fundraisers, wills and partner companies.
They can also provide information and support for your charitable event for them.
Being throughout the UK, they can provide local support and advice to you.
If you need any advice or help, you can you can visit their website or contact them on 0808 716 146.
Their address to write too is:
Marie Curie Cancer Care
89 Albert Embankment
If you would like to provide a charitable donation, you can do so at http://www.mariecurie.org.uk/en-gb/donate/Donate-today/