Fund raising event held in Cardiff

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Three cousins from Cardiff are raising money for Marie Curie, a charitable organisation in United Kingdom that provides care and support to people with terminal illness. One of the cousins, Natasha Yoike-Edgel said: “I am really thankful to Marie Curie, I would like to support them as much as i can!”

Natasha Yoike-Edgel Photo by CNP

Natasha Yoike-Edgel Photo by CNP

Marie Curie nurses work day and night to help people in hospices and in their homes around the country. However, they need help to be able to continue this invaluable work. With only 50% of funding coming from the National Health Service.In addition to providing round-the-clock care to families affected by terminal illness, they are leaders in research in providing better care for people living with terminal illness.

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This event was held in Cardiff Made coffee shop in Roath, which let them use the premises for free. Owner of this coffee shop Zoe Dianne Gingell is also very thankful to  Marie Curie. “It’s a subject very close to my heart. My dad died because of cancer and Marie Curie nurses helped us to enable him to die at home. They were amazing and discreet.”

Zoe Dianne Gingell Photo by CNP

Marie Curie which was established in 1948 held an event  yesterday . This organisation rely on charity to raise funds.In the event organised by them  people were eager to make purchase to   support Marie Curie. One of customers Daniel Wyn Jones said: I like to go to these kind of fundraising knowing that my money is going into good deed.

This event helped them to raise around £250. Next event will be a sponsored walk in Scotland to raise more money to get their target of £11000 by next year .


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