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05Sep

Rosie & Jim Donate €2000 to Oxfam Ireland 'Get Children Back To School'

Rosie & Jim have made a donation of €2000 to the Oxfam Ireland 'Get Children Back to School' fundraising initiative. 

Children in Iraq probably want nothing more than to go back to their classrooms and playgrounds too. But as families who fled Mosul when the conflict started slowly start to return, they’re finding their schools destroyed.

Read the piece sent to us by Oxfam Ireland...

15Aug

Who's a good boy? Champ sure is!

Champ has been busy over the last few months.  At the Botanical Gardens in June. Lunch at Skerries Mills in July. Coffee on the pier in Howth in Aug. He's loving life!

We're delighted that Champ, Izzy and Hank are all really going well in their training and likely to make their way to Cork for formal training in late September or early October.

 

12Aug

Rosie & Jim sponsor the Fisherstown Tractor Run €500 in aid of Laois Hospice

We are delighted to have sponsored the Fisherstown Tractor Run 2019 €500 in aid of Laois Hospice.

The event raised a whopping €26,510!

Congratulations to all involved in putting together such a well organised family day out and raising so much funds for a worthy cause!

 

25Jul

Rosie & Jim sponsor Geraldines GFC €1,000

Rosie & Jim are very pleased to recently donate €1000 to Geradline's GFT

Founded in 1904, Geraldines GFC play in the senior ranks of Louth football in both mens and womens football, representing the parish of Haggardstown and Blackrock.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/GeraldinesGFC/

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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.”