This March we're working with Marie Curie to help raise vital funds for end of life care. Pick up your daffodil pin in store from the 3rd to 23rd March 2022, or donate at the till online and in store, and help us reach our fundraising target of £700,000.


What is the Great Daffodil Appeal?

Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal brings together millions of people across the UK to volunteer, fundraise, donate and wear a daffodil. This year Morrisons and Marie Curie are proudly working side by side, aiming to raise £700,000 by making it possible for customers to donate at the till, online, stocking their daffodils, collection buckets and colleague fundraising instore.

Marie Curie's daffodil unites us all in our wish for a better end of life care for all.
Your support means we can reach more families affected by terminal illness, grief and bereavement. Being there at a persons bedside in their final hours, is a privilege for Maire Curie Nurses. But we can only continue to reach those in urgent need of our help thanks to the generosity of supporters like you.


How can you support?

It's super easy to get involved with the Great Daffodil Appeal and support Marie Curie.

Simply:

  • Donate £1 at the till (throughout March)
  • Donate online - add £1, £3, or £5 to your online shop
  • Donate £3 via text to donate located on posters
  • Daffodil boxes - donate and wear your daff with pride
  • Donate to Marie Curie Volunteers in store

What your support means

The little things can make a big difference when living with a terminal illness...

£1 - Puts a pen torch in the pocket of a Marie Curie Nurse or doctor, so they can do vital examinations of the people in their care.
£3 - Pays for heating one of our hospices for an hour, meaning patients and their families feel warm and comfortable.
£5 - Pays for a glass of wine and a nourishing meal for a patient at one of our
hospices, because enjoying a favorite tipple brings a smile to people’s faces and
is a treat many look forward to.
£20 - Pays for an hour of expert nursing care and emotional support for someone living with a terminal illness, in the comfort of their own home.
£28 - Pays for an occupational therapist to assess a patients needs for an hour,
helping them to continue to enjoy the best possible quality of life.