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Rosie & Jim were delighted to sponsor €2000 for the recent Courtwood GAA Raffle Fundraiser.

Congratulations to Pam Trimble from Portarlington who won the fantastic prize!

Happy spending Pam!

Development of Bereavement Support - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsLauraLynn’s Family Bereavement Programme provides both formal and informal help and support to all children and families who are accessing our service. Many parents wonder how they will carry on after the death of their child. Every family’s experience is different and it can be a roller coaster of emotions.

Development of Bereavement Support - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsThanks to the support of Rosie & Jim, our bereavement team are developing the programme this year with some new and enhanced services, including Family Bereavement Days, Pamper Morning for mothers, ‘Memory Walks’ for fathers, an Annual Memorial Service and a new LauraLynn Book of Remembrance.

Rosie & Jim are delighted to have paid off the Vets bills of €150 for these little cats who have been rescued by Anabatic Lodge Cat Sanctuary. Well done to everyone at the Cat Sanctuary for the amazing job they do, and thanks to Barbara for letting us know about their plight!

"Thank You  We would like to thank a supporter of Anabatic Lodge, Barbara, for thinking outside of the box and asking a reputable company to help us out a little. Rosie & Jim, based in Dublin, have kindly come on board as sponsors for our recent arrivals...Rosie & Jim! Their vet bill was paid in full yesterday and we are so grateful! Thank you so so much! "

Sean Mahon - Ronald McDonald House CharitiesRosie and Jim are happy to announce that we are going to donate boxes of our Chicken Products every week to the Ronald McDonal House Charities.

Here's a pic and a post of their chef cooking them up last Friday.

"Thank you to our amazing Friday volunteer Chef Sean Mahon who has just cooked up some delicious chicken goujons which were very generously supplied by Rosie & Jim's poultry product range"

 

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.


 

Amelie enjoying Rosie & Jim Chicken Goujons at St Mary's Rochfortbridge U9/U10 Football Tournament Saturday 7th 2019.

Thanks to Rosie & Jim for the generous support. 

St Mary's Rochfortbridge GAA on Facebook

 

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.

Follow and Like Ennis Sub Aqua Club on their Facebook page -

https://www.facebook.com/ennissubaqua/

 

Rosie & Jim have made a donation of €1,000 to The Capuchin Day Centre for homeless people.

Find out more and make a donation to this very worthy charity on their website...

 

Heartfelt Thanks For Another Year Of Your Kind Support

The people who attend the Centre -

Every person needs to belong and have a place where they are respected and have their basic needs met in a caring and non-judgemental way. For most people this is where they call home and in an ideal world, families can share the normal ups and downs of life in privacy behind their own hall door. Sadly some people must spend their days trying to find shelter from the weather, a place to rest and prepare before going out to face the day. Their most basic needs are access to toilet facilities, somewhere to wash and change their clothes, decent hot meals, someone to interact with. Many people lack what most of us take for granted and have no security as to where they will lay their heads that night. While this is tragic for adults, it is heart breaking for families with children who are forced to move from place to place with no stability as to their living conditions.

The Capuchin Day Centre - website >

Musgrave Triathlon 2017 is coming up shortly and is celebrating its 15 year anniversary this year.

Rosie & Jim have donated €500 to this wonderful cause in which this year is supporting 5 charities:
Pieta House, BUMBLEance, Breakthrough Cancer Research and Cork Penny Dinners.

Sean called over to Musgraves to present Rachel Hannon with her cheque today, Thursday 11th August.

The Triathlon is on Saturday August 26th 2017 in Farran Woods, Cork.
Find out more about the Musgrave Triathlon 2017 on their website - musgrave-triathlon.com
And keep in touch on their Facebook Page - facebook.com/musgravetriathlon2014/

 

Rosie & Jim have donated €500 to Rath National School in support of the refurbishment of the school Basketball Court and Playground.

The Parents Council is running the draw with cash prizes for the winners, which are

  • 1st Prize - €2,000
  • 2nd Prize - €1,000
  • 3rd Prize - €500
  • 4th Prize - €500

The draw will take place at the School’s Assembly on the 23rd February 2018. Tickets are on sale from the Parents Council and from the School. The tickets are €30 each or €50 for two.

Find out more about the school on their website - http://www.rathns.ie/

 

Rosie & Jim Sponsor three Irish Guide Dog Puppies!

We are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with the
Irish Guide Dog Association.

As part of the sponsorship Rosie and Jim are funding three puppies for two years. The €30,000 sponsorship covers the dogs vitally important training.

With more than 13,000 registered blind people in Ireland and over 250,000 people impacted by autism, the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind works tirelessly to facilitate those affected by providing them guide and assistance dogs. The average cost of training a dog is in the region of €53,000 and the charity rely on 85% of their funding through sponsorship like this and fundraising to continue to deliver their vital services for free throughout Ireland.

Irish Guide Dogs for the blind - Logo
Rosie with Puppy

Director of Rosie and Jim, Rosie, says;

We are delighted to be involved with the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind and look forward to watching our puppies as they grow throughout the year on their way towards becoming a Guide or Assistance Dog, in turn providing a great sense of assurance and independence for families and individuals ”.

Irish Guide Dogs for the blind

At the announcement, John Burke of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind said:

"It is only through the generosity of the public and the support from companies such as Rosie and Jim that we are able to help families of children with autism and those with visual impairment achieve independence and mobility. We thank them for their very generous investment and continued support.

Puppies at 8 Weeks

Puppies at 3 Weeks

Rosie and Jim were delighted to sponsor €1000 for the BS#ARP Studios School Annual Showcase Event on May 9th and 10th.

Well done to all the talented performers and to all those behind the scenes!

Follow  BS#ARP on their Facebook page -

https://www.facebook.com/bsharpstudiosportarlington/