We’ve hit our £10k fundraising goal for Marie Curie

We are delighted to make a donation of just over £10,000 to Marie Curie, our ’Charity of the Year’, following the successful culmination of our year-long fundraising campaign.

Marie Curie provides care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families. Last year they cared for over 40,000 people across the UK, including 3,200 visits to people in their own homes across Fife.

Our fundraising activities included a tenpin bowling event in May, a star jump challenge in July, a Halloween bake-off, a raffle at their farming client dinner in November and a ‘Festive Fivers’ competition among staff.

Cathy Scott with Andrew Croxford

Andrew Croxford, Senior Partner said, “It is with great satisfaction and pride that we make this announcement. We set ourselves a target of £10,000 at the beginning, knowing we would need to get creative to reach that goal. This achievement was only made possible by the generosity of our supporters and team members who have contributed to achieving this significant milestone. Together, we’ve shown that amazing things can happen when we come together for a cause we truly care about. Thanks to everyone involved.”

Cathy Scott, Chair of the Marie Curie Fundraising Group Dunfermline said ” A massive thank you to everyone for your incredible support. Your generosity has made a huge difference, and we couldn’t be more grateful. Thomson Cooper’s dedication has resulted in the equivalent of over 400 hours of vital community nursing care for those bravely facing terminal illnesses. I extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone for choosing Marie Curie as your Charity of the Year—your commitment is truly changing lives.”

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