Every March is dedicated to Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Daffodil Appeal. The money raised from this appeal helps the charity nurse terminally ill patients in their final hours.

Marie Curie Cancer Care aims to ensure that everyone with cancer and other illnesses will have the high quality care and support they need at the end of their life in the place of their choice. The charity achieves this through the work of the Marie Curie nurses and hospices. It also carries out research and campaigns to improve the care provided.

Tresor Paris has teamed up with Marie Curie Cancer Care to create a collection of sparkling jewellery that not only looks fantastic, but also helps the amazing cause.

Show your support for the Marie Curie Cancer Care Daffodil Appeal with a glistening yellow crystal heart and black Tibetan-style cording bracelet. Or how about a sparkling pair of yellow crystal heart earrings, a subtle yet beautiful way to show your support for the amazing cause.

 Tresor Paris donates 25% of the price of the jewellery directly to the charity and every penny raised is used by the Charity to further their fantastic cause. For every £1 Marie Curie raises, they spend 70p on their work caring for people with terminal illnesses, 27p to generate future income, 2p on research and innovation and 1p on publicity and governance.

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For more information, images or samples please contact:

Nadine Doran-Holder|Marketing Executive
020 7427 8201
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On Tuesday 26th November 2013, the Tresor Paris team attended The Enchanted Ball hosted by Macmillan Cancer Support.

 Guests arrived at the Dorchester Hotel in Mayfair to be greeted by a glass of champagne and were given the opportunity to buy a leaf from the ‘Tree of Life’. Each leaf would correspond to an amazing prize, including a hamper from Harrods, dinner for two at an assortment of restaurants, and tickets to theatre productions.

 Doors to the ballroom then opened promptly at 8pm, and the University Gospel Choir of the Year sang as everyone made their way to their seats. Gold trees adorned with twinkling lights were sporadically placed as centre pieces on tables, with beautiful flower arrangements on other tables. Locations from children’s books were used as table names; including Atlantis, Pixies Hollow and Dragon Island to name a few.

Macmillan’s Chief Executive, Ciarán Devane, welcomed guests to the Ball and gave an overview of the work the charity has been doing. Jamie Walters, Chairman of the Enchanted Ball Committee 2013, then gave a speech and wished everyone an enchanted evening.

The amazing live band Totem, performed as dinner was served. Throughout the evening there were performances from the cast of Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and Cats, who finished with a spine tingling rendition of One Day More from Les Misérables. Stand-up comedian Shappi Khorsandi also gave a hilarious performance, including an impromptu auction for a plate of dessert which eventually sold for an amazing £100!

 One of the highlights of the evening was the Live Auction conducted by Lord Archer, with prizes including Enchanted Treasure Chests from Derren Brown, Benedict Cumberbatch and Emma Thompson, as well as holidays to Thailand, Tanzania, the Seychelles and South Africa. A jaw dropping £50,500 was raised in this auction alone! Throughout the evening there was also a silent auction, where guests used tablets on their tables to bid for prizes including a beautiful Tresor Paris crystal apple ornament. Other prizes included a signed guitar from Mick Jagger, VIP tickets for V Festival, a cooking course with Theo Randall and many other incredible lots. When the silent auction finished at 11.30pm, the Tresor Paris crystal apple had reached £600!

 After all the excitement of the auction, guests were reminded of why they were there when a young lady whose sister was diagnosed with cancer gave an inspiring speech. She discussed how Macmillan Cancer Support helped her and her family deal with the life changing diagnosis. A Macmillan nurse also spoke about her work and how she supports her patients.

By the end of the evening, over £77,000 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support.

For further information about Tresor Paris and to see the latest  collections go to:

www.tresorparis.com

www.youtube.com/user/tresorparisofficial

www.facebook.com/TresorParis

www.twitter.com/tresorparis

 

For more information, images or samples please contact:

Nadine Doran-Holder|Marketing Executive
020 7427 8201
PR@tresorparis.com

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