Marie Curie Cancer Care is a leading provider of end of life care in Northern Ireland.
144 Marie Curie Nurses worked in communities across the country between 2012-13, along with a hospice in Belfast.
Between 2012-13, Marie Curie Nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals cared for over 2,000 people with a terminal illness as well as provide support for their families.
The care we provide is free of charge and available to anyone with a terminal illness, not just cancer.
As a world leader in researching better ways to care for patients at the end of life, we also campaign for better end of life care in Northern Ireland. In particular, we believe that everyone should have the choice to die at home.
We need to raise more than £3 million per year to fund our hospice and nursing care in Northern Ireland, which is also supported by local health boards.
Marie Curie Cancer Care is governed by a UK Board of Trustees and has a Northern Ireland Advisory Board chaired by Alan Shannon.
To find out more about Marie Curie Cancer Care in Northern Ireland, please call free phone on 0800 716 146.
You can also write to:
Supporter Services Team
Marie Curie Cancer Care
FREEPOST LON 15438
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