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Wombwell Hall Care Home Radiates Yellow for Marie Curie

In a vibrant display of support for Marie Curie, Wombwell Hall Care Home transformed into a sea of yellow as staff members adorned themselves in the cheerful hue.

From painted nails to yellow accessories, carers Manjit Dahoya and Seema Kumar led the charge in embracing the charity’s yellow-tastic theme, all in an effort to raise vital funds for Marie Curie’s invaluable work.

Suggested by for Lisa Cox, the company’s customer relations representative, the initiative holds a special significance. Lisa’s father received compassionate support from Marie Curie until his passing, highlighting the profound impact of the organisation’s services on individuals and families during their most vulnerable moments.

Expressing the heartfelt sentiment behind the initiative, Lisa emphasised; “It’s incredibly important to all of us to support charities such as Marie Curie. Supporting people at their most vulnerable is such an incredible role in life and one we understand only too well at Wombwell Hall Care Home. To bring a ray of sunshine into the home whilst raising money was such a pleasure to all of us.”

In a remarkable display of generosity, the care home’s efforts culminated in an impressive fundraising total of £542 for the charity. This significant contribution underscores the unwavering commitment of Wombwell Hall Care Home and its care team to support Marie Curie’s invaluable mission.

The significance of the fundraising efforts extends beyond this initiative, with each penny raised contributing to Marie Curie’s mission of providing essential end-of-life care to those in need.

Claire Skinner, Manager at Wombwell Hall Care Home says; “With one in four people currently lacking access to the care they require at the end of life, initiatives such as this play a crucial role in bridging the gap and ensuring support for individuals and their loved ones.”

Highlighting the impact of the funds raised, Marie Curie outline the tangible difference each donation could make:
£17 could help cover the cost of a call to the Support Line, offering practical information and emotional support to those in need.
£207 could fund nine hours of nursing care in the comfort of someone’s home through the night, providing invaluable assistance during challenging times.
£530 could support Marie Curie’s Companions service for a year, offering companionship and support to individuals at the end of life and their closest family members.

As Wombwell Hall Care Home rallied behind the cause, their dedication serves as a tribute to dedicated hospice care illuminating the path towards better end-of-life care for all.

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