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Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring confirmed this week that the Government has allocated €300,000 to support the opening of the new Mayo Hospice in Castlebar.
Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice, together with Bewleys, happens on Thursday September 19, and the event was officially launched by this year’s ambassador Maia Dunphy at Our Lady’s Hospice in Harold’s Cross recently.
There was excitement and emotion as the volunteers from the 12 Hospice shops visited the Hospice for the first time, ahead of the open week where over 700 people, comprising of fundraisers, volunteers, supporters, former board members, have registered to see this fantastic facility.
Westport’s Clewbay Garden Trail (CBGT) is on track to reach €100,000 in donations for its chosen charities since the trail began in 2012. Now in its eighth year, seven of the nine gardens in the 2019 trail have nominated the Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation (charity reg no 10980 ) which is about to open its 14 bed unit at Knockaphunta , Castlebar. This essential Palliative Care facility is striking in its concept and beauty and features courtyards, therapy rooms, individual bedrooms with patio gardens.
A Burns Night banquet in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice took place at Glen Keen Farm and Visitor Centre on Friday January 25. The event was organised by Pauline Graham and Michael Quinn from Louisburgh Music School, in partnership with chef John Groden (Table 14 restaurant) and Catherine O’Grady-Powers from Glen Keen Farm.
Westport businessman Cathal Hughes has been named the Virginia Gallagher Mayo Person of the Year for 2019 by Mayo Association Dublin.
Preparations are currently well underway for the annual Mayo Roscommon Hospice Memorial Walk which takes place across the region this coming Sunday September 9. The walk now in its fifth year, will see hundreds of people in five different locations across Mayo and Roscommon, participating in a 5km leisurely stroll in memory of a friend, a family member or a loved one.
Ireland West Airport has announced that Mayo & Roscommon Hospice Foundation, Down Syndrome Ireland and the Children’s Medical Research Foundation Crumlin have been selected as its charity partners for 2018.
Ireland West Airport is delighted to announce that Mayo & Roscommon Hospice Foundation, Down Syndrome Ireland and the Children's Medical Research Foundation Crumlin have been selected by airport staff as its charity partners for 2018.
The award-winning Ballina-based Heroes for Hospice group is back in the spotlight after a long break following the success of its sell-out Beyond the Barricade musical production. The group, led by Lavinia Gilmartin, announced this week that it will stage another sensational musical production in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation next month.