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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.

The mission of RMHC, Ireland, is to provide a Ronald McDonald House in order to support families whose children are seriously ill in hospital. The Ronald McDonald House provides accommodation and a caring and supportive environment for families whose children are seriously ill and are hospitalised or undergoing medical treatment at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin 12

Find out more and support this charity at rmhc.ie

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!

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Rosie & Jim have donated €640 to Freeland Projects South Africa.

Freeland Projects South Africa are a Frontline Organisation Working For a World Free of Wildlife Trafficking and Human Slavery.

Find out more about this charity - https://www.freeland.org/

We are delighted to share that April, Andrew and Aska are getting on well with their new puppy raisers and settling in with all the family.

Rosie & Jim are pleased to sponsor the Friends of the Coombe €200 for their fundraising event - 'Clash of the Titans' on Sunday 29th September at The Button Factory, Temple Bar.

The fundraiser is to help raise money for the ongoing campaign to raise €75,000 to purchase the world’s most advanced premature baby clinical simulator to transform the way in which healthcare professionals at the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital develop and maintain the critical clinical skills needed for when it matters most.

Friends of the Coombe is a registered charity that was established in 1982 to raise funds to assist the development of the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital. The Hospital’s commitment to a philosophy of care which is family centred is visible in all aspects of its work.
The Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital is one of the largest and most comprehensive providers of women and infant health care in Europe. The hospital cares for up to 10,000 pregnant women every year. Additionally, approximately 1,200 infants are admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Centre and over 8,000 adult surgical operations are performed. The hospital provides comprehensive care for women and infants at local, regional and national levels.

There is enormous pressure on resources and, through fundraising alone, supporters have helped the charity purchase a long list of vital equipment which enhances the quality of care provided right across the hospital. And, like all charities, we have to prioritise need and so we work closely with the medical staff to ensure that we focus on the things which cannot be funded from other resources.

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In December we made a donation of €1000 to the Peter McVerry Trust. Peter McVerry Trust is a charity set up by Fr Peter McVerry to reduce homelessness and the harm caused by drug misuse and social disadvantage.

Thanks to Pat Doyle, CEO of Peter McVerry Trust who sent us a lovely letter in reply.

" On behalf of Peter McVerry Trust, I would like to sincerely thank Rosie and Jim for the generous donation of €1000 which was received with sincere thanks in my office.
The goal of Peter McVerry Trust is to reduce homelessness, drug misuse and social disadvantage. In 2015, we supported 4,705 individuals through our prevention services, homeless services, housing services, drug treatment services and under 18s residential services.

There's no doubt that the need of homeless people is great, but your generosity makes it possible for us to continue our work and to move as many individuals as we can out of homelessness.

Thank you again for this generous contribution..."

Find out more about the Peter McVerry Trust on their website - www.pmvtrust.ie/

Keep in touch with Peter McVerry Trust on Facebook - www.facebook.com/petermcverrytrust/

 

Rosie & Jim are delighted to sponsor Arlington Soccer Club €1000!

The Club will use the donation for much needed groundworks including a new exit & gates.

...Rosie & Jim are a fantastic family run business who are continually supporting the community locally and nationally. So we have two things to thank them for; great tasting chicken & a fantastic social conscience.

Thanks for the kind words Arlington Soccer Club! heart

Everyone needs a bit of play time! April, our sponsored Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind sponsored puppy and her friends are having a ball together and learning how to share their toys. Her puppy raiser Amanda says she loves being out and about! Thanks for the photos Amanda :)

Laois Lions WRC

Rosie & Jim were delighted to present Laois Lions Wheelchair Rugby Club with brand new jerseys and hats last weekend! We had a BBQ and a lot of fun and everyone enjoyed a great day!

Laois Lions WRC

We are delighted to donate €1,000 in support of Midlands Simon Community’s annual Sleep Out to raise funds for homelessness in the midlands.

Midlands Simon was established to support individuals, couples and families who are experiencing or who are at risk of homelessness throughout the Midlands Counties of Laois, Longford, Offaly and Westmeath.

Tonight, in Mullingar, Portlaoise and Tullamore, hundreds of volunteers will come together and Sleep Out for the Midlands Simon Community.

You can donate to tonights sleep out here - http://gateway.midlandssimon.com/donate.php

And keep in touch with them on their Facebook page - facebook.com/pg/MidlandsSimonCommunity

Find out more about Midlands Simon on their website - midlandssimon.com

 

 

Rosie & Jim are pleased to sponsor €750 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Ireland cycle jersey again this year.

Reach your fundraising target and you'll receive a bespoke finishers yellow jersey!

This is a beautiful cycle around Blessington Lakes in County Wicklow. You can select from 3 courses, a 25km which is easy for all family members to enjoy starting from The Avon Resort at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains. The 50km route lets you embrace nature by completing two loops of the lake. For a seasoned cyclist the 100km will provide more of a challenge with more undulations but still enjoying the stunning views and connecting with nature.

Find out more and sign up today at www.rmhc.ie

Rosie & Jim are pleased to sponsor €750 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Ireland virtual cycle jersey again this year. The House to House Cycle Challenge 2021 is challenging you to cycle 370km during the month of April. 370kms represents one of the longest journeys a family has had to make from their house to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Ireland in Crumlin. They asking you to show your support and cycle this distance in 30 days or less!  Reach your fundraising target and you'll receive a bespoke finishers yellow jersey!

Find out more and sign up today at www.rmhc.ie