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We were delighted to provide the winning prize of a £250 Titanic Hotel Belfast Voucher for the Hendersons Foodservice Gala Night this year.

The evening Gala Ball & Awards Ceremony was fundraising for NI Children's Hospice.

A guest speaker from NI Children's Hospice was humbling & reinforced the importance of fundraising support provides for families.

Rosie & Jim are very pleased to sponsor training tops for St. Conleths LGFC in the Portarlington area.

The U16 team are in the B Championship Final against Ballyfin on Friday at 6.30pm!

Best of luck ladies! Hope the tops bring you as much luck as they brought the Courtwood GAA team ;-)

Follow St Conleth's on Facebook - www.facebook.com/stconlethslgfa

LauraLynn Children's Hospice continue to be Rosie & Jim, Ballybrittas' nominated charity.

View our most recent donations here...

 

LauraLynn – Ireland’s Children’s Hospice

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 >

Hat's off to Rosie & Jim staff members David and Martina who took on the ISPCC Abseil Challenge last Saturday!

David and Martina were part of a fundraising day for ISPCC where participants abseiled from the top of Croke Park.
Rosie & Jim donated €500 to ISPCC for their entry.
Well done David & Martina!

Find out more about ISPCC on their website - www.ispcc.ie

And keep up to date on their Facebook Page - facebook.com/ISPCCChildline


 

We are glad to have sponsored this fundrasing event for the Currow Ladies Football Fundraising Cycle 2017! Well done to all involved!

"A few pics of our Annual Fundraising cycle 2017. A big thank you to Rosie and Jim Irish Chicken for their generous sponsorship of their mouth watering chicken goujans that were served afterwards in the Community Centre "

Our pleasure - we are glad you enjoyed our chicken goujons!

Congratulations again to Fiona Staunton and her nominated charity Aoibheann's Pink Tie on winning €1000 donation from Rosie & Jim.

Here's Tracey delivering the HUGE cheque!

Aoibheann's Pink Tie

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie “National Children’s Cancer Charity” was set up in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman after the tragic loss of Jimmy’s daughter Aoibheann to cancer aged just 8 years. During Aoibheann’s year long battle with this dreadful disease, the family found little or no financial or practical support  for children and their families.

Jimmy and his family had a large support network of friends and family but found that many on the ward had virtually no support at all.

When Aoibheann passed away the men wore pink ties at the funeral which was Aoibheann’s favourite colour. The charity was formed in her memory to remedy the lack of support for other children and their families going through treatment.

Find out more about Aoibheann's Pink Tie on the website - aoibheannspinktie.ie

Congrats to Courtwood GAA on winning the Laois Intermediate Football final last Saturday!

We're very proud to support this talented team.

Courtwood GAA are the Laois Shopping Centre Intermediate Football champions for the first time since 1987. Rosie & Jim are thrilled to sponsor the team jerseys. Enjoy the celebrations lads!

LauraLynn– Ireland’s Children’s Hospice are Rosie & Jim, Ballybrittas' nominated charity.

Respite care is the very heart of what they do 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 LauraLynn respite care, families have the opportunity to take a break, while we care for their sick child.  LauraLynn multi-disciplinary team provides children with full medical support, as well as a variety of therapies to enhance their care. 

LauraLynn 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.

Read more about Rosie & Jim Charitable Support here >

Our delicious Chicken Goujons are cooking up nice and crispy over at Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Check out Sean's very impressive Bread and Butter Pudding. Delicious! We hope everyone at Ronald McDonald House enjoyed a nice big helping!

Rosie & Jim donate a Chicken Hamper to the fundraiser event by the Royal School Cavan Parents Association.

The funds raised are for sports facilities and a baby monitor for Cavan General Hospital. A very worthy cause.
Thanks to the Parents Association for this lovely letter...

"..I would like on behalf of the Royal School Cavan Parents Association to thank you most sincerly for your generous donation of a chicken hamper for our Monster Auction held on Friday last March 24th in the Cavan Crystal Hotel, which you donated via Georgina McCaffrey.

We raised over €18000 and are deeply indebted to the many local businesses and those further afield, including yours, for the success of this fund-raising event. The funds raised are for the indoor sports facilities and towards a baby monitor for the special care unit of Cavan General Hospital.

Wishing ou every success in the future..."

Rosie & Jim are very proud to be in partnership with the Ronald McDonald House!

To date we have donated 115 cases of product to this amazing organisation.

Pictured here is Sean presenting Sheena with our latest product donation this morning!

Find out more about Ronald McDonald House Charities on their website - www.rmhc.ie