Run4Eoin to take place in Ballinrobe in August

Run4Eoin CJ SHEERAN, Ireland’s largest timber pallet company, are organising a Charity Run in aid of the Mayo Roscommon Hospice and in memory of their dear friend and colleague, Eoin Malone, who sadly passed away on April 2nd following a short illness. “Eoin was our Maintenance Manager and Project Engineer for over 20 years.  He…
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Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation CEO welcomes funding from COVID-19 Stability Fund

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation has warmly welcomed the announcement today by Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring of funding of €200,000 from the COVID-19 Stability Fund. The fund was created to provide immediate, short term cash flow to qualifying organisations which provide critical services to the most vulnerable in society. The funding has…
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Get involved in #ChallengeThirtyTwo from this Saturday

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation joins Challenge 32 We need your Support! Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is calling on the public and local businesses for support with a new nationwide fundraising campaign. Challenge32.JustGiving.com Mayo Roscommon Hospice is taking part in a socially distant-friendly event which aims to help replace some of the fundraising which has been…
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Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation Shops have reopened to the public

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation’s 12 shops have reopened to the public. The nine shops in Mayo and three in Roscommon were closed since March 12th due to the COVID-19 crisis. Strict safety protocols will be adhered to in all of the shops, to ensure the safety of the public and our staff and volunteers. They…
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Eloise’s first 10K in Communion Dress raises over €30,000 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

On Saturday May 2nd, 8-year-old Eloise McDonnell had planned to make her First Holy Communion. To mark the day, while maintaining social distancing and observing all guidelines, Eloise completed a 10K in Kilmovee in her sister’s communion dress. Eloise and her sister Lucia raised over €30,000 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation. Last year Eloise participated…
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Transition Year students raise almost €11,000 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

Two transition year students at CBS Roscommon have raised almost €11,000 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice. Tommie O’Hara and Sean McCormack were behind a huge tractor run that happened in Roscommon Town at the beginning of March. The tractor run was in memory of Tommie’s sister, Tracey Brennan, who came to prominence having campaigned for the…
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