The precious freedom to remain at home

Many people would choose to spend their final moments in the comfort of their own homes, where they can have family and friends around them, and neighbours can pop by for a visit. With a gift in your Will, you could grant this final wish to more people. Marie Curie Nurses care for people with a terminal illness in their own homes so they can spend their final days in familiar surroundings, surrounded by those they love.

When my wife Margaret became very ill, a Marie Curie nurse helped care for her for the last few nights. There was no fuss, just sympathy, tenderness and an amazing professionalism. One way for me to say thank you was to update my Will to support Marie Curie.
Ray Diver
Ray Diver with his wife, Margaret
Ray and Margaret

A place of care and comfort for those who need it

Across the UK, Marie Curie Hospices provide the highest standard of specialist care to people with a terminal illness – all in a relaxed and friendly environment. Unlike in hospital, there are no restrictions on visiting hours. Nurses and hospice staff will all go the extra mile to help families and friends spend precious time together.

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy, especially when emotions are running high. The Marie Curie Hospice team in Belfast cared for my mum with compassion and dignity. I decided to leave a gift in my Will to Marie Curie so they can continue to be there for the people who need them.
Peter Gilbert
Peter Gilbert with his mum