Every year throughout March, Marie Curie holds a Great Daffodil Appeal to raise the funds they need to provide care for people affected by terminal illness.
The charity asks people to wear a daffodil on their lapel throughout March to show not only their support for the work of Marie Curie nurses, but also to help highlight the many issues that people affected by terminal illness are faced with.
Faisal is encouraging Warrington South residents to help the charity raise more money than ever before by giving a donation and wearing a Marie Curie daffodil pin.
Faisal Rashid MP said:
“Money raised from sales of Marie Curie daffodil pins will support the charity in their important work helping people living with terminal illness, providing them and their loved ones with vital care at the most difficult time of their lives.”
“I am proud to support the vital work of Marie Curie who provide many people with terminal illnesses, and their families, the care and support they need with the respect and dignity they deserve.”
“Wearing a daffodil is a really easy way to show your support for the vital work that Marie Curie do, and for the individuals and their families who are affected by terminal illness.”
“Everyone deserves to have the best quality of care and the best quality of life possible when they are terminally ill.”