Marie Curie launch exclusive Swarovski Crystal Pins


Gifts With a Heart

Teaming up with Swarovski, Marie Curie have launched an exclusive jewellery range. The Daffodil Brooch with Swarovski crystal elements features sparkling Swarovski crystal yellow petals, flanked by a beautiful antiqued copper plated trumpet cupping three orange crystal stamens, finished with a glossy emerald green stem. The Daffodil Bracelet made exclusively for Marie Curie by, features a yellow enamel daffodil design, with a hyacinth central crystal and fern green Swarovski crystal leaves all set in pewter. Made on a black adjustable and elasticated bracelet band.

 100% of profits from every product goes towards providing high quality care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes.

Raising just £20 would result in an hour’s care and £180 would offer care throughout the night to relieve the burden on the one million families currently affected directly by terminal illnesses. Be sure to check out for more products and ways to support this great charity.

About Marie Curie

What does Marie Curie do?
We’re here for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. Our nurses work night and day, caring for people in their homes and in our nine hospices. We also support people throughout their illness by giving practical information, support from trained volunteers and being there when someone wants to talk.

How does each donation help?
Every £20 raised funds one hour of nursing care. We provide nurses free of charge to people living with a terminal illness.

How can I get support from a Marie Curie Nurse or Hospice?
Someone with a terminal illness, or a family member or friend, can request this through their GP, district nurse, hospital nurse or consultant.

How much care and support do you provide?
Last year, we provided care and support for 40,712 people, and their families, living with a terminal illness.

How much should I give for a daffodil?
Every penny makes a difference. Please encourage people to give anything they can. Most people give between £1 and £5.

How much do the daffodils cost to make?
About 5p each.

What is the difference between a Marie Curie Nurse and a Macmillan Nurse?
Marie Curie Nurses give practical, hands-on care to help people with a terminal illness remain at home. They will often spend a whole shift, usually at night, with one patient and their family. Macmillan Nurses are community-based and offer free advice and support to people with cancer, usually for an hour at a time.

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