Marie Curie Cancer Care Receives Charity
The members of Mecca Bingo Club on Rutherglen Main Street rejoice after raising a good amount of charity for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
The club has been organizing a number of events throughout the year in order to generate funds for cancer care centre. According to General Manager of Mecca Rutherglen, Wendy Buchan, the club aimed to encourage as many number of people they could in order to increase their amount of funds.
As per Ms. Buchan, “Our club’s fundraising success is a credit to the team members and the hard work they put in to ensure our events ran smoothly. I was especially impressed with the team’s efforts in the bicycle ride”.
Marie Curie is a cancer care centre in UK, which comprises 2700 nurses, medical practitioners and health consultants, making it one of the biggest non-profit cancer organizations in the nation. Nearly 31,000 people suffering from incurable cancer are being cared by the service.
The Marie Curie Nurses are very popular in the entire nation for their services to cancer patients during their end days, without charging them for the services.
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