Morley residents have been asked to donate just an hour of their time to help fundraise for Marie Curie.
The charity is asking residents to be volunteer collectors, encouraging people to donate and wear a daffodil pin in time for the Great Daffodil Appeal this March.
Katie Grinter, community fundraiser for Marie Curie Cancer Care in West Yorkshire, said: “We need volunteers from Morley to help with our collections this March.
“Donating just one or two hours of your time to the appeal will allow Marie Curie Nurses to provide more free care to terminally ill people and their families at the time when they most need support.”
As well as local volunteer collectors, Marie Curie will be supported by the Lions Clubs of the British Isles and Ireland in March, with hundreds of collections being held by Lions Club members across the country on behalf of the charity.
Marie Curie provide care to people with any terminal illness in their own homes or in one of its nine hospices nationwide.
All Marie Curie services are completely free of charge, with 70 per cent of the charity’s income comes from donations with the balance of funds coming from the NHS.
To volunteer to collect for Marie Curie Cancer Care and support the appeal call Katie Grinter on 01274 386190 or visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/daffodil.