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Juvenile Arthritis is a disease which occurs when the bodies immune system attacks itself and therefore differs to adult onset Arthritis. There is currently no known cause and no cure.

iCAN is a parent-run network providing support, information and advocating for best care for those affected by Juvenile Arthritis. iCAN is 100% volunteer based and run by parents of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). No one takes a Salary from iCAN – 100% funds by iCAN raised go towards making things better for kids with Arthritis in Ireland!

When Mairead from iCAN got in touch to tell us about the fundraising event they were running last Saturday, we were more than happy to donate boxes of Chicken Goujons to feed the 25/30 Children involved in the Croghan Hill Challenge.

Here's a photo of Mairead with her little daughter Meghan.  Meghan who is 4 has Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis since the age of 22 months.

Find out more about the iCAN charity on their website.
www.icanireland.ie

And keep up to date on Facebook.
www.facebook.com/icanireland
 

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/

 

NELLCOR SP02 Sensor - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsRosie & Jim have sponsor 10 months worth of Nellcor Oxygen Centres.

These Nellcor Oxygen Centres are one of the many vital pieces of equipment LauraLynn needs on a daily basis to provide medical care to our children.

They allow our carers to constantly monitor the oxygen levels and heart rate of the children in our care, through an adhesive probe on their finger to ensure both are always maintained at the right level.

Rosie & Jim has kindly sponsored of these for 10 months for LauraLynn House, our palliative care unit.

Rosie and Jim are delighted to sponsor an Advertising Board for Trim Town Football Club pitchside.

Trim Town Football Club play in North Eastern Football League. They are represented by two senior teams in the Sunday League Division 1 and the Saturday League Reserve A. Trim Town are also represented in the North Eastern Counties Schools League by a number of underage teams up to U-16’s.

The advertising board is placed at the pitch located on the Longwood Road, Trim.

Dear Jim

On behalf of St Conleths LGFC I would like to thank you for your generous sponsorship towards our club. It is sponsorships like this that keeps our club running from year to year. Please accept this letter as an appreciation and we also enclose a receipt in respect of same.

Many thanks,

Catherine, St. Conleths L.G.F.C.

Many thanks for your letter Catherine. Rosie & Jim are only delighted to support St. Conleth’s Ladies team!  All at Rosie & Jim would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best of luck in the up coming Feile Competitions on June 29th.

https://www.facebook.com/stconlethslgfa/

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.


 

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.

Find out more about the Ben and Jake Connolly Trust on their Facebook page - 

https://www.facebook.com/BenandJakeConnollyTrust/

Family Fun Day - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsOur Family Fun Day took place in August again this year – a day for all our families to come together and celebrate in LauraLynn. It is one of the most special days here in our children’s hospice.

This year our theme was Superheroes and Princesses, with some amazing costumes on the day from kids and adults alike!

After the overwhelming success of this event last year, Rosie & Jim generously sponsored this event for us again, ensuring we could make this fabulous day possible for all our families.

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.

Rosie & Jim donated €1000 to the Fisherstown Tractor Run yesterday, July 1st. 

The annual charity event which was held in Fisherstown on Sunday afternoon and started and finished at the Fisherman’s Thatched Inn.

A huge number of farmers from near and far took part in driving a convoy on a route around the area.

With the sunny weather, everyone soaked up the atmosphere with entertainment for all the family throughout the day.

The event was in aid of Cancer Reseach.

Follow the page here: https://www.facebook.com/fisherstownrun

We were delighted to sponsor a full new kit for Courtwood GAA as they embarked on their quest to win the Intermediate Football Championship in Laois on Saturday evening!

Well done to the lads who defeated Kilcavan GAA by 0-12 to 0-7 to reach the next round against the Rock GAA in two weeks!

Best of luck lads!

Follow their success on Facebook >

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 :)