jmarchitects had the privilege of attending the Marie Curie Brain Game, a fantastic charity event in Glasgow.
The Marie Curie Brain Game is an annual event that brings together individuals and businesses from across the city to raise funds for an incredibly important cause. Marie Curie provides vital care and support to people living with terminal illnesses and their families, ensuring they receive the highest quality of care and support during challenging times.
Our team at jmarchitects is deeply committed to supporting our local community and getting involved in events that make a positive impact. The Brain Game was an opportunity for us to do just that while enjoying an evening of fun, entertainment, and, of course, a bit of friendly competition!
The event featured a brain-teasing quiz that put our knowledge to the test, along with exciting games and activities that had everyone engaged. It was a fantastic way to bring our team together for a common cause, all while having a blast.
We’re proud to announce that our participation in the Marie Curie Brain Game contributed to the success of the event, helping raise much-needed funds for Marie Curie’s essential services. Every penny counts when it comes to providing comfort, care, and support to those facing life-limiting illnesses, and we’re grateful to have played a role in making a difference.
We’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the organizers of the Marie Curie Brain Game for putting together such a memorable and meaningful evening. We’d also like to express our gratitude to our dedicated team members who represented jmarchitects with enthusiasm and passion.
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