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Galway Hospice will hold its 10th annual Galway Memorial Walk on Sunday September 13. This year’s walk will begin at 12 noon from the Claddagh Hall, following the traditional coastal route to Blackrock and return — a total distance of 6.5km.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar is to be canvassed on site next week for a commitment to provide funding for the promised new state of the art Galway Hospice facility at Merlin Park.
You can never do too much for Galway Hospice. Never. Ever. No donation is ever too big. Ever. You could get your granny, stick a price tag on her, photograph her, put her on eBay and it still wouldn't be too big a gesture. You could wait for your team to get to an All-Ireland final and you could raffle your tickets and give the money to the Hospice and it still wouldn’t be too big. You could walk naked up The Reek using slippers made out of porcupines and a thong knitted from the roughest wool of the rarest goat and if you said you were doing it for Galway Hospice, nobody would dare say you were mad. They’d nod, and say ‘fair play to ya. Mighty cause, mighty.”
Have you ever considered climbing Croagh Patrick? There will never be a better time to do it.
The Galway Hospice is the “solution to hospital-overcrowding crisis”, but if the Government “fails to see this” it raises “serious questions about this administration and its commitment to health-service reform in Galway”.
The Ecumencial Service for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Let Love Shine a Light appeal takes place on Sunday, January 18 in St Johns Rest and Care Centre Knock commencing at 3.45pm. All those for whom lights were sponsored on the Tree of Light will be prayed for at the Service. All welcome.
Local photographer Keith Heneghan is offering professional headshot photography at his studio on Linenhall Street, Castlebar, for the month of December for just €60 in a bid to raise funds for Mayo Roscommon Hospice.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, has confirmed that the planning application is to proceed for a new Mayo Roscommon Hospice facility in Castlebar. The new 14 bed facility, which is to be located at Knockaphunta in Castlebar will also provide a day care service, a base for the Hospice home-care team and accommodation for families who wish to remain overnight and is to be developed in conjunction with the HSE.
Ireland’s biggest coffee morning takes place on Thursday September 18, and the Galway Hospice is asking Galwegians to “have a cuppa” in support of their local hospice.