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Mini Pots of Care

Supporting learning, raising funds

Marie Curie’s unique and creative Mini Pots of Care is back for another year, with a whole host of new and exclusive curriculum-based learning resources.

Mini Pots of Care is a fun and educational way for children aged 3 to 11 to learn about their community, science, nature and the work of Marie Curie Nurses.

The closing date for registration is on 10 October 2014. Sign up below before it's too late - it will only take a few minutes.

Register now 

Why sign up?

Mini Pots of CareSince the first Mini Pots of Care in 2005, Marie Curie has raised almost £3.8 million. This equates to an amazing 190,000 hours of home nursing care. Last year, over 3,650 organisations and 400,000 children took part, raising almost £300,000 for us.

But we need your help to make next school year’s Mini Pots of Care the most successful yet.

Register now to receive your free resources, including:

  • a daffodil bulb, pot, wrapper and 'magic' soil disc for each child you register
  • new and exclusive curriculum-based learning resources, covering PSHE, English, Science and Early Years Learning

How it works

Mini Pots of CareGet involved - it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3:

1. Sign up now to receive a free daffodil planting kit* between October and November for every registered child plus access to our professionally created, enticing learning materials.

2. Hold an exciting planting and learning day – children grow their daffodils and learn using our resources.

3. Organise a fun fundraising day for children to celebrate their blooms and raise money for Marie Curie.

*Please note: Kits are supplied on a first-come, first-served basis. Stocks are limited to one per child and are subject to availability.


“The children loved Mini Pots. They thoroughly enjoyed the planting and growing process, and our yellow fundraising day was a huge success. It helped the children’s learning, teaching them about caring, which fitted in with our learning outcomes.”
- Jennifer Syme, Nursery Manager, Three Bears Nursery, Cambuslang