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April 2017

Well done to Niamh McInerney and the girls from the mini company of St. Mary's Secondary School, Mallow, Co. Cork on their wonderful Gluten Free cook book.
Rosie & Jim are delighted to feature in the new Cook Book and more than happy to support it!
Congrats on all your hard work!

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March 2017

Check out the new O'Neills gear bags recently sent out to Courtwood GAA!
We are delighted once again to sponsored the gear for Courtwood GAA.

March 2017

Delighted to donate our delicious Chicken Goujons to the very worthy cause - Diabetes Ireland.

Diabetes Ireland is the national charity dedicated to helping people with diabetes. They achieve this by providing support, education and motivation to everyone affected by diabetes. Diabetes Ireland also raises public awareness of diabetes and its symptoms and funds research into finding a cure for diabetes.

Well done to all involved - a great night was had!

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March 2017

Rosie & Jim donate €200 to Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services

We received this lovely letter of thanks from the team...

On behalf of all those who use Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services, their family and friends, I would like to extend our most grateful thanks for your generous donation of €200. Your gift will allow us to continue to help our patients to live the last chapter of their lives to the fullest.

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January 2017

In December we made a donation of €1000 to the Peter McVerry Trust. Peter McVerry Trust is a charity set up by Fr Peter McVerry to reduce homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage.

Thanks to Pat Doyle, CEO of Peter McVerry Trust who sent us a lovely letter in reply.

" On behalf of Peter McVerry Trust, I would like to sincerely thank Rosie and Jim for the generous donation of €1000 which was received with sincere thanks in my... Read More

January 2017

We at Rosie & Jim are delighted to announce that our total donations to Irish Charities and Community Groups throughout 2016 came to just over €12,000.

In addition Rosie & Jim also donated more than 2,000 kilos of chicken products to Irish food charities who provide support to the less well off in our communities.

January 2017

Rosie & Jim are proud to support Saint John Of God Hospital by donating €500 at Christmas time.
A fantastic worthy cause, Saint John of God helps people suffering from mental health problems.
Since its foundation in 1882, the mission of Saint John of God Hospital is to bring healing, care and wholeness to people who have mental illness or psychological and emotional problems.
Assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and care are provided in accordance with... Read More

January 2017

The amazing work the St. Vincent de Paul charity do in our communities is well known. Although on hand to help all year round, Christmas time is especially difficult for those who reach out to SVP for support.
Rosie & Jim were happy to be able to make a donation of €1000 at Christmas and humbled by this lovely letter of thanks sent in reply from the National President.

"...Your kindness and generosity will make such a difference to those in need in your... Read More

January 2017

Well done to all in Ennis Sub Aqua Club on their St. Stephens Day Fin Swim!
We are delighted to donate to your worthy cause providing underwater Search and Recovery Services.

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December 2016

Well done Cathy Bishop on winning €500 charity donation for your charity the Ben and Jake Connolly Trust!

And also for your own win - a lovely Rosie & Jim hamper.

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December 2016

Jennifer Kennedy winner of our €1000 charity donation and hamper - sent us a lovely message when she received her prize:

Thank you so much for my wonderful hamper and panto tickets I won they just arrived and a very special thank you for your generous donation of €1000 to #ICAN children's arthritis network
Have a wonderful Christmas And best wishes in 2017

We're thrilled to donate to such a worthy cause Jennifer! Hope you enjoy the hamper and panto :)
 

December 2016

Thanks again to everyone who entered our Light up a Life competition to help their chosen charity.
The winner of the €1000 charity donation is Jennifer Kennedy. Jennifer's chosen charity is ICAN Irish Children's Arthritis Network. The winner of the €500 charity donation is Cathy Bishop and Cathy's chosen charity is the Ben and Jake Connolly Trust. Congratulations to our winners and their very worthy charities. Thanks and Merry Christmas to all of our customers!

December 2016

Well done to Rosie, Conor and all who participated in the recent Simon Community sleepout. 

A big thank you to everyone who donated to this worthy cause.

Dublin Simon Community work to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow and Meath. They provide services at all stages of homelessness and enable people to move to a place they can call home.

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December 2016

CHRISTMAS COMPETITION!
Light Up A Life this Christmas with the Rosie & Jim competition.
The winner, chosen at random, will win a €1000 donation for a charity of their choice from Rosie & Jim.
For the winning person we have a gorgeous Lily O Brien's Chocolate Hamper and a family ticket of 4 to The Ugly Sisters & Yer Wan Panto in the Olympia on January 6th.
Like & Comment to enter. Winner will be announced on 19th December. Best of luck... Read More

November 2016

Our distributors' Parkview Provisions came to us recently to seek a donation for a very worthy cause. Newry Helping The Homeless is an organisation helping the plight of the homeless, not just in the city of Newry, but on the island of Ireland as a whole.

We were more than delighted to donate to the fund Parkview Provisions had set up in aid of this charity... Read More

June 2012

Specialised Clinical Trolleys - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsThese clinical trolleys are used for easy mobility of suction machines and other vital medical equipment. They are made from a type of Perspex which is so easy to keep hygienically clean. As such they also look much nicer and are far less noisy, which means they do not frighten or intimidate our children in the same way as stainless steel trolley’s.

We were very much in need of 4 of these trolley’s to enable our medical team to distribute their treatments as safely and easily as possible, with as little upset to our children as possible.

Rosie & Jim sponsored these 4 trolley’s for us at a cost of €2,300, making a huge difference to the Hazel House unit of LauraLynn – Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.

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