Charity of the Year 2023

On behalf of the whole team here at Thomson Cooper, we are delighted to announce that Marie Curie has been voted our Charity of the Year. The charity was chosen following a recent vote by everyone at Thomson Cooper.

The Marie Curie International Memorial was formally established on 6 July 1948, and shortly afterwards became the Marie Curie Memorial Foundation. This was the beginning of the charity that is now known as Marie Curie. Today their services help people living with any terminal illness, and their families, make the most of the time they have left.

Our fundraising activity will kick off, or rather bowl off, with a charity bowling night in May. Marie Curie Community Fundraiser for Fife and Forth Valley Charlotte Gilbert is delighted that they have been selected and will be joining us in May to present the prizes to our Battle of the Balls winners.

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