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Runagh and Kate join Temple Street Hospital transplant celebrations

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A Mayo mum has said her family is “truly indebted” to the staff at Temple Street Children’s Hospital after her four-year-old daugther received a life changing kidney transplant there last year.

Grovelands and Harvest team up for Great Irish Bake

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Children attending Grovelands Childcare are busy making delicious baked goodies this week as part of the national Great Irish Bake in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The baked goods will be on display this Friday April 17 at the Harvest Café in Athlone Towncentre where people can make a donation for this worthy cause.

Major crowd expected to attend service of remembrance for donor families

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More than 2,000 people are expected to attend the Irish Kidney Association’s 29th annual service of remembrance and thanksgiving which will be held at Galway Cathedral on Saturday at 12.30pm.

Garden of 'thanksgiving and remembrance' opened in Salthill

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A national commemorative garden, which highlights the importance of organ donation and is the first of its kind in Ireland, will be a place of thanksgiving and remembrance, according to the couple who set up the project.

Circle of Life commemoration garden receives €32,000 funding boost in Chicago

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The Galway couple behind the Circle of Life national commemorative garden which begins construction in Quincentennial Park, Salthill, next month, were given recognition in Chicago last week and presented with a cheque for $32,000.

‘Getting a kidney transplant would be better than winning the Lotto’

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Joe Walls was in his late thirties when he started to get dizzy spells. He felt exhausted as well. He was doing a FAS course at the time and when he came home in the evening he would be “incredibly tired” and only able to “crash out in front of the television”.

Family of late Jim Stynes help Galway organ donor commemorative garden project

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Souvenir bricks from the recently demolished stand of one of the oldest stadiums in the world are to be included in a national organ donor commemorative garden planned for Salthill thanks to the involvement of the family of the late Jim Stynes, the Dublin and Melbourne football hero who died last year.

Mayo transplant woman pays tribute to her donor in Run for a Life

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Just nine months after her life changing kidney transplant, Regina Hennelly, from Manulla, Co Mayo, will pay tribute to her deceased donor by taking part in the Irish Kidney Association’s Run for a Life. Regina will participate in the charity fundraiser which promotes organ donation and will take place at Park West Business Park, Dublin 12, on Saturday, October 13 commencing 12 noon.

Mayo transplant woman pays tribute to her donor in Run for a Life

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Just nine months after her life changing kidney transplant, Regina Hennelly, from Manulla, Co Mayo, will pay tribute to her deceased donor by taking part in the Irish Kidney Association’s Run for a Life. Regina will participate in the charity fundraiser which promotes organ donation and will take place at Park West Business Park, Dublin 12, on Saturday, October 13 commencing 12 noon.

Monica de Bath exhibition at Ballina Arts Centre

Throughout the month of September Ballina Arts Centre will host PLOT/CEAPACH, an exhibition of work by Monica de Bath, looking at man’s relationship with the landscape through specific examples of research she has completed on a number of bogland areas in Ireland. Monica de Bath’s work explores land use and people’s relationship with the land. The methods and ideas behind the act of mining and act of rehabilitation is the focus of PLOT/CEAPACH.

 

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