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Worcester residents have a chance to remember

Worcester Editorial 2nd Feb, 2024   0

WORCESTERSHIRE residents are being invited by Leukaemia Care to light a candle in memory of a loved one this weekend.

World Cancer Day on Sunday (February 4) offers the chance to share stories of loved ones and raise money for the Blackpole-based charity,

Those who have lost someone leukaemia or another blood cancer can sign up to Leukaemia Care’s event through Facebook.

They will be sent a postcard to write a message to their loved one on along with a candle. Messages can be shared at 8pm this Sunday (February 4) during the candle lighting.

Leukaemia Care have requested £50 is raised to join in with lighting a memory candle.

All funds raised through this event will enable Leukaemia Care to continue to provide support to everyone affected by a leukaemia diagnosis.

Claire Merritt, Leukaemia Care’s In Memory and Legacy Support Officer said:

“It’s very important for us to come together with those affected by the loss of a loved one to leukaemia, or another blood cancer, not only on World Cancer Day but also all year round – which is why we’re always here to support everyone.

“We understand how important it is to provide care after someone passes and we have specialist groups and staff to do this.

“However, we cannot provide those services without the invaluable donations from all our fund-raisers which allows us to continue providing services for all, throughout their leukaemia journey.”

Visit https://bit.ly/LightACandleInMemory for more.


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