View our video presentation of the Mayo Hospice Centre above and click here to read all about our capital development programme. Buy a Brick - Help Us Build Hospice Newsletter Silver Anniversary Gala Ball Coffee Morning Coffee for Hospice 2018 News and Information Coffee for Hospice 2018 By Monica | September 11, 2018 Wedding Favours By Shane Halligan | July 6, 2018 Mayo Roscommon Hospice chosen as one of The GAA’s official charities By Mayo Roscommon Hospice | April 23, 2018 Sunflower days By Monica | March 26, 2018 Mayo hospice sod turning By Mayo Roscommon Hospice | October 17, 2017 Gaynor French – Her Palliative Care Story By Mayo Roscommon Hospice | October 3, 2017 Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation Tweets by MayoRoscHospice Martina Jennings, CEO CEO Message In 2017 Specialist Palliative Care Teams in Mayo and Roscommon looked after 678 new patients, in addition to their existing case load. They completed 9,243 home visits. They ensured dignity and respect at end of life to the 482 patients who passed away. These are not just numbers. They represent sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, partners, grandparents, grandchildren and friends. Our palliative care nurses, social workers and family therapist ensure that each of the patients they look after are treated like the unique individuals they are, and their families are given every support possible at the most difficult time. We thank you for helping us to fund our palliative care services, and ask you for your continued help financially as the demand for our services is significantly increasing. READ MORE You can help us build our hospice now by clicking on the Buy A Brick above What We Do Mayo Roscommon Hospice Palliative Care Services exists to provide palliative care services to people with life limiting illnesses and their families in County Mayo and County Roscommon. The Foundation affirms life, respecting the uniqueness of each individual, by caring and supporting to meet the physical and emotional needs of patients and their families living with life threatening illnesses. The Service enables patients to live out the remainder of their lives in comfort and dignity. The Palliative Care Service is provided free of charge to all. How You Can Help Run, walk, skip, cycle, bake or volunteer for Hospice. Did you know that we receive NO Government funding? All money received through fundraising or donations go 100% back into palliative care services and development of both hospices. Whatever volunteering activity you can do for Hospice will give you an enormous sense of satisfaction. By choosing Mayo Roscommon Hospice Palliative Care we will be on board to offer support throughout and the lead up to your event. What's Happening Mayo Roscommon Hospice Palliative Care Services have several events coming up in 2018. It's time to get your shamrocks now for St. Patrick's Day, they are available in our hospice shops are other outlets. Give us a call on 094 93 88666 to check out where you can pick up yours. Also you can reserve you tickets for the upcoming annual Summer Ladies Luncheon which will take place this year in the Lodge at Ashford Castle on April 27th at 1pm. Tickets are limited.