ANY COLOUR AS LONG AS IT’S yellow
Marie Curie is encouraging people in Suffolk to Go Yellow for just one day in support of those living with terminal illnesses, to mark the charity’s annual Great Daffodil Appeal. On March 16, people in schools and workplaces everywhere will be shunning clothes of all other colours in favour of the freshest yellow fashions. They’ll also be holding quizzes, bake sales, and more, to raise money. Marie Curie provides vital care for those living with terminal illnesses, and their families. Angela Bussey, Marie Curie Community Fundraiser for Suffolk says: “We can’t wait to see everyone’s yellow outfits on the day. Having as many people as possible involved with Let’s Go Yellow will help us highlight the needs of those living with a terminal illness, and their families. It’s something that will affect practically everybody at some point in their lives but sadly not everyone currently gets the support they need. Let’s Go Yellow is also about raising awareness of what Marie Curie does and hopefully making things better.” So that as many people as possible Go Yellow on the day, Marie Curie are currently seeking enthusiastic trendsetters to sign up for a fundraising pack and get their school, family, friends and colleagues involved. To sign-up to the campaign visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/ letsgoyellow or call 0800 716 146.