Do you know someone special who deserves a surprise bedroom makeover?
McAllister Interiors have teamed up with the Irish Cancer Society and Belfast City Care Unit to raise much needed funds for the two charities. We are giving away a huge deluxe makeover worth up to £10,000 in memory of Geraldine Mcallister. The winner will also be whisked away for a luxury night in a 4 star hotel while our professional interior designers work their magic.
All you have to do is visit www.mcallisterinteriors.com/makeover and fill in the form telling us why you think they deserve it and we will pick a winner in January.
If you would like to donate towards our campaign you can visit www.justgiving.com/mcallisterinteriors or visit us here in the shop.
Entry’s will be kept strictly confidential. Competition closes on Friday 20th January 2016. See www.mcallisterinteriors.com/makeover for full Terms & Conditions.
MAKEOVER COMPETITION WORTH UP TO £10,000
ABOUT THE CHARITIES…
Based at the heart of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital, the charity funds life-saving and life-changing projects that make a real and lasting difference to the lives of thousands of local people affected by cancer. In the last year alone, Friends of the Cancer Centre has put nearly £1.8 million back into the Cancer Centre through the life-saving and life-changing projects, each one makes a real and meaningful difference to the lives of thousands of patients and families across Northern Ireland. Friends of Cancer Centre’s work in clinical care ensures that anyone going through cancer has the best care available to them when they need it most.
Since it was founded in 1963, the Irish Cancer Society has grown into the national charity for cancer care, the leading provider of all information relating to cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support. The Irish Cancer Society’s goals are focused around prevention, early detection and fighting cancer, with three programme areas to achieve them: advocacy, cancer services and research.They also provide the best scope and quality of patient care, treatment and support services, ensure equity of access to everyone, regardless of geographic location, age, sex, social or ethnic background. They want to ensure that everyone achieves the best possible outcomes regarding cancer survival and quality of life.