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Fun running just keeps on growing in popularity with scores of events now taking place at any time throughout the country.
The Irish Cancer Society’s grant aid programme for affiliated cancer support centres is now open for applications and the society is inviting all affiliated centres, including Cara Iorrais Cancer Support Centre and Mayo Cancer Support Association to apply for funds. The Irish Cancer Society expects to grant more than half a million euro this year to its affiliates and is welcoming applications from new cancer support centres which wish to become affiliates of the society. The society’s affiliation programme which runs in three-year cycles is a network of groups all across Ireland which provide information and support services to people living with cancer.
Daffodil Day is taking place on Friday, March 27, and recently the Irish Cancer Society, along with the campaign’s lead partner, Dell Ireland, launched its appeal to companies and businesses all over Ireland to show they care by signing up to do their bit for those affected by cancer on Daffodil Day. More than 30,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and as cancer incidence grows so does demand on the Irish Cancer Society’s free national services – increasing the need for the business community and members of the public to support Daffodil Day. The overall target for Daffodil Day 2015 is €3.5 million.
Well-known Castlebar DJ Johnny Oosten, the Western Care Association, and the Irish Cancer Society have joined forces to launch an epic charity cycle this May that is sure to appeal to many an adventurous soul.
Clár IRD is holding a fundraising event in conjunction with Today FMs 'Shave, Dye or Oh My!' supporting the Irish Cancer Society. It will be having an 'Oh My' day on the Square in Claremorris today, Friday February 20, from 11am to 2pm. Music, crazy hair colours and styles, along with some treats for the children will be the order of the day. Please go along and support this worthy cause whatever your age.
New statistics from the Irish Cancer Society have revealed 19 people are being diagnosed with cancer in Mayo every week and cancer rates have increased by four per cent over the last three years.
Daffodil Day, supported by Dell, will take place in Westmeath on Friday March 27.
Their t-shirts say ‘Bad hair, good cause’ and the newly dyed locks of the fundraising AIT nursing students don’t give lie to that.
The Zip Yard, Ireland’s leading clothing and alterations boutique is delighted to have raised over €10,000 in support of this year’s Paint it Pink campaign in association with the Irish Cancer Society.
A new report makes a compelling argument for the development of a “comprehensive cancer centre” in the west.