Nursing through the longest night of the year

Today is the Winter Solstice, with last night being the longest of the year - a night during which hundreds of Marie Curie Nurses would have been caring for people all across the UK.

A Marie Curie Nurse can often make all the difference to someone living with a terminal illness, offering care and support through the night. Having a nurse present also means that carers and loved ones can get some well-needed sleep, knowing that the person they look after is being cared for.

This Christmas look out for our TV advert, which spotlights the support our nurses give to people living with a terminal illness through the night.

Help us bring light in the darkest hours this Christmas by funding an hour of vital nursing care to those who need it most.