Charity Support | Rosie & Jim - Irish Produced Chicken
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Jimmy McLoughlin of Rosie & Jim is delighted to present €2,000 to Courtwood GAA for the B2B Cycle for Life.

Courtwood GAA together with the Irish Heart Foundation and Heart Children Ireland are delighted to officially announce the B2B Cycle for Life which will take place next month on 23 September.

The B2B Cycle for Life will see five teams of six cyclists tackle the 120 km route from Blackwater in Wexford to Ballybrittas in Laois.
It promises to be tough but the intrepid thirty are already training hard!
Find out more and keep in touch on the Facebook Event page -
facebook.com/events/108386523186113

We are proud sponsors for the Coeliac Society’s 2016 Annual Christmas Raffle.

The Coeliac Society is the national charity supporting those living with coeliac disease or on a gluten-free diet for medical reasons.

Each ticket will be entered into the draw on Monday 19th December for one of the following great prizes:

First Prize: Mini break to New York City for three nights including flights and accommodation, supported by Coole Swan
Second Prize : Overnight stay and dinner for two at The Olde Post Inn, plus a one day cookery course with Chef Gearóid Lynch
Third – Seventh Prize:  5 x €200 SuperValu Vouchers
Eight Prize : €150 One4All Voucher plus €100 hamper from Broderick’s
Sellers Prize : €150 hamper of Rosie & Jim Products

For your chance to win one of these amazing prizes go to https://www.coeliac-ireland.com/raffle/
 

Rosie & Jim donate €200 to the Suzanne Tully benefit night.

Not all of our charity and community contributions are for organisations or well established charities. Sometimes we are approached by a small group who are affected by a big loss or cause.

Suzanne Tully sadly passed away very suddenly on September 28th aged only 40. She was a mother, daughter, partner and friend.

Her friends have organised a remembrance benefit night to celebrate Suzanne's life and try and support her partner and two children and got in touch with us.

We were happy to be able to donate €200 for this worthy cause.

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!

Find out more about Diabetes Ireland on their website - https://www.diabetes.ie/about-us/our-work/

And keep up to date on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DiabetesIreland/

Aoife Noons, from Coláiste Íosagáin Portarlington, was the thrilled winner of a Year’s Free Music Tuition!

Rosie & Jim in conjunction with Coláiste Íosagáin were giving a student the chance to win a Year’s Free Tuition with local music school BS#ARP Studios!

All entrants had to:

Tell us WHAT? What instrument do they you want to learn and
Tell us WHY? Why they want to learn it!

Congratulations Aoife, we're looking forward to hear you play on a stage near us soon!

As if winning this great competition wasnt enough for one day, Aoife Noons also raised a lot of money for the Make a Wish foundation when she cut her long hair for the Rapunzal Foundation. Find out more here - http://rapunzelfoundation.com/

Well done Aoife!

Aoife is pictured above with Rosie, from Rosie and Jim and Conor Mitchell & Keith Bracken from Coláiste Íosagáin.

Check our the O'Neills Parnell half zips sent out recently to Courtwood GAA!
The Courtwood GAA half-zips are p
roudly sponsored by Rosie & Jim.

Thanks to Colgan Sports.

Respite care - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsRespite care is the very heart of what we do here at LauraLynn. It is not a luxury, but a necessity for both the caregivers and the sick child.

Caring for a seriously ill child puts immense physical and emotional strain on the whole family. Through our respite care, families have the opportunity to take a break, while we care for their sick child. Our multi-disciplinary team provides children with full medical support, as well as a variety of therapies to enhance their care.

We are able to offer families choices, providing on-going support for as long as they choose.

Providing a nights respite to a child is an invaluable gift to the child and their whole family and Rosie & Jim have donated to support 5 overnight stays for a child.

"A big Thank You to the generous folks at Rosie & Jim who provide a delicious range of chicken products to The Ronald McDonald House every week. Today we enjoyed their scrumptious Tikka Chicken wraps!
#Yummy #Cooking4Families #KeepingFamiliesClose"

 

About Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Ronald McDonald House provides accommodation care and support for 20 families every night while their seriously ill children are inpatient or receiving care in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital.

The House enables families to stay together so that they can be with their sick child at what is a very traumatic time for them all.

The first,16 bedroom, Ronald McDonald House is situated on the grounds of Our Lady’s Hospital and our smaller 4 bedroom House is directly across the road at St Mary’s Drive.

Many families travel far from home to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children. Often, it can be a long time to be away from home, or to divide a family. For children facing a serious medical crisis, nothing seems scarier than not having their mum and dad close by for love and support.  Ronald McDonald House program provides a Home for families so they can stay close by their hospitalised child at very little cost.  The House works on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child – not where they can afford to stay, where they will get their next meal or where they will lay their head at night to rest.

Find out more at their website - http://rmhc.ie/

And be sure to Follow the great work they do on Facebook.

LauraLynn– Ireland’s Children’s Hospice are Rosie & Jim Ballybrittas' nominated charity. Read about our recent donation to this invaluable charity.

"For the second time, Rosie & Jim have made a donation towards our most critical need… respite care...."

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Jimmy McLoughlin of Rosie & Jim is delighted to present €2,000 to Courtwood GAA for the B2B Cycle for Life.

Courtwood GAA together with the Irish Heart Foundation and Heart Children Ireland are delighted to officially announce the B2B Cycle for Life which will take place next month on 23 September.

The B2B Cycle for Life will see five teams of six cyclists tackle the 120 km route from Blackwater in Wexford to Ballybrittas in Laois.
It promises to be tough but the intrepid thirty are already training hard!
Find out more and keep in touch on the Facebook Event page -
facebook.com/events/108386523186113

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. We'd like to thank them for the opportuntity to make our contribution.

 

Parkview Provisions sent us a lovely letter of thanks

We @ Parkview Provisions would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your very generous donation towards our helping the homeless cause.
We are extremely grateful and thankful that you chose to be a part of our charitable event and have attached a photo below of our presentation to those involved with the Newry helping the homeless campaign.

Newry helping the homeless were overwhelmed with the volume of products donated stating that it would go a long way to help aid the needs of all those effected so we thank you again.

Stay in touch with Parkview Provisions on their Facebook page >

 

About Newry Helping The Homeless

This group has been formed to highlight the plight of the homeless, not just in Newry but on the island of Ireland as a whole. Reading about the death of ordinary people living on the streets of Belfast has hit home to many of us. " How can this be allowed to happen in this day and age?".  Well we want to try and do a little to help with this problem not just in Newry but in other areas too...

Find out about this active Charity Group on Facebook >

Rosie & Jim donate €200 to the Suzanne Tully benefit night.

Not all of our charity and community contributions are for organisations or well established charities. Sometimes we are approached by a small group who are affected by a big loss or cause.

Suzanne Tully sadly passed away very suddenly on September 28th aged only 40. She was a mother, daughter, partner and friend.

Her friends have organised a remembrance benefit night to celebrate Suzanne's life and try and support her partner and two children and got in touch with us.

We were happy to be able to donate €200 for this worthy cause.