Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Get Behind The Daffodil With Marie Curie

Have you heard of Marie Cure? Marie Curie is one of the leading cancer care charities in the UK. Providing support and care to people living with terminal illness and their families - last year alone they cared for over 40,000 people. 


From offering counselling and advice to funding nurses for physical care they are an invaluable service to those in times of great need. 

This March they are relaunching their great daffodil appeal as they do every year. There are many ways of giving to their appeal, from a straight forward donation to raising funds through sponsorship and indulging in some retail therapy whilst giving 100 per cent of the profits to the charity. If you want to get involved have a look at their website. You can also download useful materials to help with raising money for the organisation

As you know I have a passion for jewellery, so here are some items from their website that I really love. 
Marie Curie Daffodil Bracelet £12.95

This yellow enamel bracelet has a daffodil design with Swarovski crystal leaves all set in pewter. Made on a black adjustable and elasticated bracelet this bracelet is very pretty and great value.




Daffodil Brooch With Swarovski Crystal Elements £39.95


This statement daffodil is a beautiful and sparkly brooch. With sparkling Swarovski crystal yellow petals, glossed over with clear enamel, and a copper plated trumpet, it's a stunning piece. Beautifully designed, it is a great piece of jewellery to not only wear but also show your support of Marie Curie.

To find out more about what Marie Curie nurses do, please look at the video below and you will see what a great charity it is. Every £20 raised funds a nurse for one hour of care but many nurses spend a whole shift with one patient and their family. 




Marie Cure provides trained nursing care to those suffering from cancer

Tell me have you heard of the Marie Cure organisation? What do you think of the jewellery I have picked?
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14 comments

  1. such an important cause. The jewellery is beautiful - love the bracelet in particular x

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    1. The jewellery is gorgeous and I can't believe the price of the bracelet too.

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  2. This is such a great charity. I remember raising money for them when I was working in a nursery before

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  3. It's a great charity! I am little more proud As Marie Curie Sklodowska was a Polish woman and scientist who discovered of radium and polonium, she is such a inspiring woman and she had huge impact in fighting with cancer. If I pass svarowski I definitely, buy myslef one of the bracelets, as this is not only fight against cancer but to show us all that dreams an be achvieved and if we team up we can do more.

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    1. I didn't know that, thanks so much for the information. She sounds like an inspiring lady. You can buy the jewellery direct from Marie Curie shop online, just go to their webpage above.

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  4. That bracelet is so pretty. I love this campaign, such a lovely way to raise money for such an important charity.

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    1. Is certainly is, and a great way to remember someone by, who had cancer.

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  5. This is is such an important cause! I always buy the daffodils on sale but I would like to buy something like the bracelet because I feel it'll last longer, look better and it means giving more to the cause! Lovely post :) x

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    1. Yes, I would prefer to buy something that lasts longer too.

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  6. The jewelry looks amazing and definitely something nice to wear with an outfit, plus it goes to a good cause x

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  7. A brilliant cause. I love the brooch and bracelet!

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    1. The bracelet is such an amazing price too.

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