East Coast FM Coffee Morning event to support services of Wicklow Hospice

People all over Wicklow are invited to come out and support the 12th annual East Coast FM Coffee Morning on Friday 21st April to raises vital funds for Wicklow Hospice and cancer charities right across the county.

Speaking about the event Allison Ryder, Fundraising & Events Coordinator said “We are delighted to take part in the fantastic annual coffee morning initiative by East Coast FM.  All monies raised go directly to your local services, so we urge you and your family and friends to come along on Friday morning between 10am and 12pm to a coffee morning.  Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services would like to thank Woodenbridge Hotel & Lodge, Avoca who will host a public coffee morning, and St. Killian’s Community School in Bray who will host an event for their school community.  We hope you can support your local event – you can enjoy a cuppa, a chat, some live music and be entered into a raffle for a chance to win some super prizes.”

Wicklow Hospice provide specialist palliative care services for patients and their families in Wicklow. This state-of-the-art purpose-built hospice provides 15 in-patient public beds and is the base for the Specialist Community Palliative Care team who care for patients in their homes around the county.  Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services relies on the generosity of the public, and corporate partners, to bridge the €5.5 million funding shortfall needed to be able to deliver the high level of services to patients and their families. 

To support local services, head along to your nearest coffee morning on Friday 21st April.   If you can’t make it, you can still donate online at https://www.eastcoast.fm/coffee-morning-2023/ or contact Allison Ryder in Wicklow Hospice for more information on 01-406 8868.

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services (OLH&CS) provides specialist care for a catchment of over one million people with a wide range of needs, from residential rehabilitation to end-of-life care, from its bases in Harold’s Cross, Blackrock (est. 2003) and Wicklow (est. 2020). 

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