Charity organisation Marie Curie have launched their 2019 Great Daffodil Appeal.

 

Organisers were in the Scottish Parliament this week, giving MSPs an opportunity to show their support.

 

Volunteers have been in supermarkets and elsewhere this weekend, raising funds.

 

Marie Curie provides much-needed expert care to people with terminal illnesses. Providing them and their families with support.

 

Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford attended the parliamentary event, and met with volunteers in Morrisons supermarket Stirling.

 

Supporting the appeal, Bruce Crawford said:

 

“I am delighted to support Marie Curies Daffodil Appeal again this year. The work that they do for people with terminal illnesses is so valuable, and I know from speaking to people who have received their help how much is means to them and their families.

 

“Stirling has a great volunteer base for organisations like Marie Curie. Their team are dedicated to the cause, and it’s always fantastic to see them out and about, raising funds for this fantastic cause.

 

“However, Marie curie are always looking for more people to volunteer. If you have time to dedicate to this brilliant organisation, I would highly recommend you check out their website and find out more about how to get involved.”

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