Charity Raised Coffee Morning will help Macmillan Cancer Support
To assist an important cancer charity, a treat was organized by REDDITCH'S MP. On Wednesday, £170 was raised by Karen Lumley at her coffee morning. This amount was collected to help Macmillan Cancer Support.
She said," I'm really pleased to be supporting such a worthwhile charity and would like to thank everyone who came along". She also expects a number of people to be a part of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning coming over the next couple of weeks. So, that lot of money could be collected for the cause.
For more knowledge about such events taking place in your area, visit coffee. macmillan. org. uk.
She has worked as a Cancer Nurse Specialist (CNS) for 14 years. Currently, she works as a leader and neck CNS at the Sussex Cancer Centre, Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
This is arranged to know whether the people suffering from cancer need support or not. They may require economic help and cancer information.
Suggestions are being provided by her to the job centre, the Macmillan Support Line, counseling services, local councils, and to Macmillan's information booklets.
In UK, nearly, 700,000 people of working age are suffering with cancer and are likely to face difficulty in taking decisions related to work.
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