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Athlone based auctioneering firm, Sherry Fitzgerald O’Meara are challenging you to run, walk or wheel 100km in the 30 Days of June for Breast Cancer Ireland.
Three friends have taken on the challenge to walk/run a combined distance of 1,000 kilometers during the month of May in support of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.
Mayo Pink Ribbon recently launched their 2021 fundraising event ‘300k YOUR Way’ – a virtual 300km journey around the beautiful county of Mayo while raising vital funds for breast cancer research.
A Garda from Shrule, and a breast cancer survivor, Fiona Morgan-Coleman, has helped launch this year's 100k in 30 Days event, in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland
You might not be able to go out this Valentine’s Day but you can still have a great night by joining the National Breast Cancer Research Institute for a spectacular ‘virtual’ Valentine’s Day Concert with some of the biggest names in Irish music.
Two of Galway’s leading retailers, Brown Thomas and Hartmann’s Jewellers have come together this year to help locally-based charity, the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
By leaving a gift to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute in your will, donors ensure the charity can continue to support breast cancer research into the future.
Gayle McDonagh is a firm believer in giving back to the community. So, during October when the Irish Cancer Society runs its annual Cups against Breast Cancer fundraiser as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she organises a coffee morning at her home in Co Galway.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute are calling all cooking enthusiasts to join them for a very exciting ‘Cook-A-Long’ fundraising event on Thursday October 29th from 7:30-9pm with Cepta Mahon of Cookalicious.ie.
The Marie Keating Foundation’s ‘Stand Up For Your Prostate’ campaign aims to increase awareness of prostate cancer and encourages men to talk about their health.