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Galway Hospice receives €50,000 from The Saving Grace Trust

Galway Hospice recently received a donation of €50,000 as one of the chosen charities of The Saving Grace Trust. The Saving Grace Trust was inspired by the beautiful Grace Kenneally, a young girl who sadly passed away in 2016 at the age of ten following a battle with neuroblastoma, a rare type of cancer. When…

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Recruitment of Bereavement Support Volunteers – Information Evening: Wednesday, 18th April 2018

Galway Hospice is currently seeking volunteers to provide bereavement support alongside its existing bereavement service. An information evening on this new initiative will be delivered on Wednesday 18th April at 7.30 pm in the Education Centre at Galway Hospice. Refreshments will be provided on the evening. The initiative requires volunteers to partake of 60 hours formal…

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Wayfair’s ‘Culture Club’ raises €1,027 for Galway Hospice

Many thanks to the staff and management of Wayfair Stores Ltd, Galway who recently presented Gerry Molloy of Galway Hospice with a cheque for €1,027. These proceeds were raised through a bake sale and raffle fundraiser that was organised by Wayfair’s ‘Culture Club’ and held at their premises in Wayfair House, Tuam Road, Galway. Pictured…

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I.C.E Group Easter Raffle raises €150 for Galway Hospice

Staff of I.C.E Group recently held an Easter Raffle at their premises in Liosban, Galway, raising €150. The winner of the raffle, Brid Connolly, kindly chose Galway Hospice to benefit from the proceeds raised and Tom Cranley from I.C.E Group recently visited Galway Hospice to present the cheque to Orla Feeney of Galway Hospice. Thank you…

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John Raftery’s ‘close shave’ raises €8,532.59 for Galway Hospice!

John Raftery wore his beard for the past 35 years (that’s over 12,000 days!). However, that was to change on Saturday, 17 March, 2018, when John shaved his beard in aid of Galway Hospice, raising €8,532.59 in the process. John and his wife Mary visited Galway Hospice last week and proudly presented the proceeds raised to…

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Lydon’s Knockdoe Social Night raises €6,500 for Galway Hospice

Lydon’s Knockdoe Social Club recently held a social night in Lydon’s with proceeds to Galway Hospice. The night raised a fantastic total of €6,500 for Galway Hospice, which will help us continue providing our fully-accredited specialist palliative care services to adults and children with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. Pictured presenting the proceeds to Colette…

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Saoirse Cork cuts her hair for Galway Hospice & The Rapunzel Foundation

10 year old Saoirse recently cut her long hair and donated her beautiful hair to The Rapunzel Foundation – (a charitable organisation that works to improve the lives of those living with hair loss, by making much needed wigs). Along with donating her hair to The Rapunzel Foundation, Saoirse also raised much needed funds for…

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Maughan Family donates €5,000 to Galway Hospice services

Members of the Maughan Family recently visited Galway Hospice to make a very generous donation of €5,000 to the foundation. Pictured presenting the proceeds to Bernie Walsh of Galway Hospice were (l-r): Terry Maughan (Junior), Terry Maughan, Dereck Ward, James Maughan and Patrick (Paddy) Maughan. Galway Hospice would like to sincerely thank the Maughan family…

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MAPFRE ASSISTANCE raises €400 for Galway Hospice through a Coffee Morning Bake Off

Gerry Molloy of Galway Hospice recently visited MAPFRE ASSISTANCE to receive a cheque for €400 from the company. These funds were raised through a Coffee Morning Bake Off held at MAPFRE, for Galway Hospice. Pictured at the cheque presentation were: Front Row (l-r): Lea Cherry, Monica Enereh, Gerry Molloy (Galway Hospice) and Shane Smith. Back Row (l-r):…

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