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21 June 2015
12-5pm

Blooming Great Tea Party

Marie Curie Cancer Care fundraising event in Memory of Alex Bento

 

Gina da Silva and Daniel Bento from The Freud Museum are holding a ‘Blooming Great Tea Party’ in the garden of the Museum to raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care, and everyone is invited. There will be delicious cakes, sandwiches, tea and coffee available to purchase. All the money raised from the tea party will help Marie Curie Nurses to provide more free care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes and in the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead.

Gina da Silva said: “We’d like to invite everyone to our Blooming Great Tea Party on 21st June to help raise funds for Marie Curie. It’s going to be a fantastic event with wonderful cakes and sandwiches. Our father, Alexander Bento was caretaker at The Freud Museum from 1982 until 2013 and always supported Marie Curie. The more money we raise, the more free care Marie Curie Nurses can provide to terminally ill people as well as vital emotional support for their families.”

Gina da Silva’s tea party is part of many others that are taking place across the country this June 20-29 as part of Marie Curie’s Blooming Great Tea Party campaign.

 

Gina di Silva’s tea party is part of many others that are taking place across the country as part of Marie Curie’s Blooming Great Tea Party campaign.

To get help from the Marie Curie Nursing Service, talk to your GP, district nurse or discharge nurse. For more information click here >

Marie Curie is the leading charity providing care to people with any terminal illness in their own homes or in one of its nine hospices. The charity is also a leader in research into the best ways of caring for people with a terminal illness. In addition to this the charity designs and advises on end of life services and works to ensure that the best possible care and patient choice is at the heart of commissioning end of life care across the UK. All Marie Curie services are completely free of charge. Around 70% of the charity’s income comes from donations with the balance of funds coming from the NHS.

 

 

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