Charity / Social Enterprises / Not for Profit
We wish we could put normal life back on for dying people, and those left behind, but we cannot. Life may be beginning to start up again but for people with a terminal diagnosis, and families devastated by loss, there is no going back. Freedoms are still restricted, fears still rife. Grief doesn't go away overnight. The hardships of life with a terminal illness like cancer, dementia. MND or Parkinson's won't go away with the lifting of lockdown.
Marie Curie Nurses, hospices and bereavement services have been here through it all, day and night, seven days a week, caring for people with and without the virus.
We're here for people living with any terminal illness, whether it's cancer or any other illness, and their families. We offer expert care, guidance and support to help them get the most from the time they have left.Our nurses work night and day, in people's homes across the UK. A team of 33 Marie Curie Nurses in Cornwall offer expert care, guidance and support, to help them get the most from the time they have left.
It is crucial we are there for people who need us and there is an increased need for our services and it is vital we can continue to be there and working in the best way for people who need us. The charity relies heavily on voluntary donations to fund these services. To give your support would be helping to make a big difference. Get involved today and support Marie Curie services in your local community.