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A huge coming together of Supervalu retailers and locals from Lackagh, Turloughmore and Claregalway will take place this October as communities unite for Breast Cancer Awareness month. It is all in support of well known local woman, Nonie Fahy, manager of Flynns Supervalu Lackagh, Turloughmore.
Always proud and willing to assist sporting clubs within the local community, the Bank of Ireland branch at Athlone IT supported Athlone Gymnastics Club in a recent fundraising campaign.
The National Breast Cancer Research Institute together with Galway Racecourse announced yesterday that the recent ‘Race in Pink’ fundraising event hosted at Ballybrit on Sunday October 28 as part of the new three-day October Festival, raised a staggering €95,000 for the charity.
With the return of the school routine for families, safefood, the HSE and Healthy Ireland are encouraging parents to reduce the amount of screen time their children are having, become more active and start them on the way to a healthier life.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on Thursday October 12th Caprice Cafe will host a very special Dinner ‘Dine in Pink’; in aid of Breast Cancer Research, to help raise funds in support of the Galway based charity who fund a comprehensive breast cancer research programme at the Lambe Institute for Translation Research, NUI Galway, headed-up by Prof. Micael Kerin.
Cancer Week Ireland is about opening up a national conversation about cancer, and for communities and organisations, large and small, to be part of that conversation this September. Cancer Week Ireland takes place from Monday, September 25, to Sunday, October 1, and aims to inspire every community to take part.
In support of October being the dedicated Breast Cancer Awareness month, Blake’s Corner Bar located on Eglinton Street has partnered up with Breast Cancer Research to host a jam-packed charity week from Monday October 24 until Sunday October 30.
Every year over 2,750 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Ireland. To help reduce this number, the Marie Keating Foundation wants women to give your bra for breast cancer.