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Local Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has implored the HSE and South Westmeath Hospice committee to immediately engage in “meaningful and progressive” discussion to resolve outstanding issues pertaining to the relocation of palliative care beds from the existing St Vincent’s Care Centre to the new Community Nursing Unit at Clonbrusk.
Galway Hospice has launched a special appeal for donations as Covid-19 means the charity’s Hospice Sunflower Days street collections cannot take place again this year.
US President Joe Biden has sent a letter of acknowledgement to Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation, thanking them for their support and encouragement of his presidency.
Together for Hospice, the National Hospice Movement, this week launched a ‘Virtual Sunflower Remembrance Garden’. This online space has been created for people to dedicate a virtual sunflower in memory of a loved one, whilst helping to raise much-needed funds for local hospice and home care services throughout the country this June.
The South Westmeath Hospice committee is to seek legal advice following the conclusion of recent discussions with the HSE relating to the proposed transfer of facilities from the palliative care unit on Northgate Street to the new 50 bed community nursing unit planned for Clonbrusk.
Mayo Retailer, Gerry Casey and his team in Casey’s Londis Castlebar, Ballina, Galway, Limerick and Kildare, raised an incredible €10,000 for Londis’ official charity partner - LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice - during the February 280,000 Step Challenge.
Galway Hospice has launched its 2021 Car Raffle, with the first prize a brand-new Toyota Yaris, supplied by Parsons Garage Tuam.
Galway Hospice is set to benefit from once off funding of €750,000. The money will go towards improvements works, ICT systems, telehealth and telemedicine platforms, and education and training programmes.
Galway Hospice has been at the heart of the local community for decades, caring for patients and families living with life limiting illnesses. Each year, the hospice must raise more than €2.3 million to provide its vital services. Without the support of the people of Galway, the hospice simply could not continue to provide care to those who need it.
Galway Hospice is asking the people of Galway to donate the price of a coffee to help support its care.