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Walsh to oppose HSE cuts to Galway Hospice

A plan by the HSE to impose a three per cent cut to funding for the Galway Hospice Foundation for this year has been condemned by Fine Gael Galway West TD Brian Walsh.

Ecumenical Service

The Ecumenical Service for Let Love Shine a Light in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice takes place on Sunday January 15 in St John’s Rest and Care Centre, Knock at 3.45pm.

Department of Health to consider review of hospice funding

The Department of Health is to consider a review of the way public funding is provided to the Galway Hospice after concerns were raised in the Dáil recently by Fine Gael Deputy Brian Walsh.

Gourmet evening in Ballinrobe for Mayo Roscommon Hospice

Carney’s Bar and Eating House Ballinrobe will host a gourmet evening on Wednesday November 16, with all proceeds from the event being donated to the Mayo-Roscommon Hospice.

Hospice group call for targets to be met for hospice provision

The Susie Long Hospice Fund has stressed the need for the HSE to deliver on targets set out in its own five-year strategy for Hospice provision for the south-east. In the week of the fourth anniversary of the death of Susie Long, the group has expressed concerns that targets for a hospice in Waterford and a satellite unit in Kilkenny will not be met, given that provisions have not been made in the capital budget for 2012.

Brew up a storm for the South Westmeath Hospice

The annual South Westmeath Hospice Coffee Morning will take place next Thursday September 15. Each year in September, families and businesses all over Athlone host coffee mornings to raise money for the South Westmeath Hospice. People are asked to collect €2 for each cup of fresh ground coffee consumed.

AIT staff present fund-raising monies to Midlands’ charities

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Nearly €4,000 raised by AIT staff has been presented to three charities in the Midlands and North-west.

Pyjama Day

Almost 20 Mayo childcare facilities have already registered to participate in this year’s NCNA National Pyjama Day in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Homecare for Children programme.

Kilkenny childcare facilities support National Pyjama Day

Over 10 Kilkenny childcare facilities have already registered to participate in this year’s NCNA National Pyjama Day in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Homecare for Children programme. The fundraising day will take place on March 25 and the NCNA are encouraging those not already registered to do so and join in the day of fun and help raise much needed funds for the Hospice Home Care for Children Programme.

Susie Long’s family speak of their ‘betrayal’ in the wake of Harney resignation

The family of bowel cancer victim Susie Long has spoken out about the surprise resignation of the Minister for Health, Mary Harney, on Wednesday night, saying that they feel utterly betrayed by her broken promises.

 

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