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08Jul

Rosie & Jim donate €300 to The Cuisle Centre, a cancer support centre in Portlaoise

Rosie & Jim kindly donated €300 to The Cuisle Centre, a cancer support centre for women in Portlaoise.

Well done to Margaret on the right who ran the ladies mini marathon in aid of the centre!

The Cuisle Centre Mission Statement

“To provide a warm, safe and welcoming environment for people diagnosed with cancer and their families affected by it.”

03Jul

Rosie & Jim donate €15,000 to Rath NS for sensory room

Rosie & Jim recently sponsored Rath National School €15,000 for a sensory room for children with special needs within the school.

The parents of the children attended the launch and had a lovely reception of tea and buns for Rosie.  They presented her with flowers and a lovely card on the day as a special thank you. We are both thrilled to be able to donate to a life changing resource like this.

Wishing the children at Rath N.S. many happy hours in the sensory room.

25Jun

Rosie & Jim regular donation to Ronald McDonald House Charities

Rosie & Jim are delighted to regularly donate boxes of product to the fantastic Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Above is a photo of Joe Kenny from RMHC picking up the boxes last week.

18Jun

Rosie & Jim donate to the Mayfield GAA Annual Golf Classic

Rosie & Jim are delighted to donate €50 for a Tee Box and €100 as a contribution for the Mayfield GAA Annual Golf Classic fundraising event.

This annual event, raising money for the running costs of the club, is on this Friday 21st June at the Waterrock Golf Club.

Good luck to the 40/50 teams participating!

http://mayfieldgaa.ie/

13Jun

Best of luck to Ava skydiving for AFI 2019

Best of luck to Ava Corcoran from, Ballybrittas who is braving taking part in the Jump from the Sky, for AFI 2019 event on 15th June. Ava is doing the skydive on behalf of her cousin Maura to raise money for Ataxia Foundation Ireland.  Maura was diagnosed with Friedreich's Ataxia when she was 12. Ava contacted us looking for support. Rosie replied to Ava...