Check out these recent photos of Hank, our sponsored Guide Dog for the Blind. He is loving life and befriends most animals he meets. His puppy raiser, Bernadette, says he is doing very well, very intelligent, obedient and diligent to work. He's almost 9 months old now and growing fast. He will remain with his puppy raiser, Bernadette, for around another 3 to 4 months depending on scheduling of training at HQ in Cork.
Ronald McDonald House Charities have awarded Rosie & Jim with a Certificate of Appreciation for our Chicken donations. Here is a photo of the award pictured with some members of our wonderful staff.
Hank - our handsome boy enjoying his last few weeks with his puppy raiser Bernadette.
The pups will make their way to Cork in the next few weeks for year 2 and formal training will begin.
Exciting times for all three of them - though they are sure to miss their puppy raisers.
Rosie & Jim donate €200 to Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services
We received this lovely letter of thanks from the team...
On behalf of all those who use Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services, their family and friends, I would like to extend our most grateful thanks for your generous donation of €200. Your gift will allow us to continue to help our patients to live the last chapter of their lives to the fullest.
Here at Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services, we provide specialist care to people with a wide range of life limiting conditions, both in our hospice and within their homes. Budget cuts and demands on our services mean that we have never needed the help of the local community more to maintain our services.
This donation will help us to further develop our services and to give high quality specialist palliative care to our patients and their families.
Thank you from all of the team here. Your kindness is truly appreciated.
It’s hard to believe that two years have come to an end but we are thrilled that the support we have given to Irish Guide Dogs now has a happy ending for all.
We are delighted to report the outcome of the 3 pups we sponsored back at the end of 2018 have had the following results:
Izzy – is now a Guide Dog with a lady in Cork
Champ – is now a Guide Dog with a gentleman in Louth
Hank – is now an Assistance Dog for a family in Cork who’s son has autism. He has been in training with them since last month.
Amazing! Well done to the Team of raisers and trainers at Irish Guide Dogs!
"We really cannot thank you enough for all you have done for the 3 dogs and indeed those three lives you have truly changed. We are so very grateful and thank you sincerely."
- John Burke of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind
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.
Rosie & Jim have kindly donated €500 to Matt Malone who participated in Shave or Dye in aid of the Irish Cancer Society last Friday.
Well done Matt!
Check out the website to get involved: www.cancer.ie/ways-to-help/fundraise/shave-or-dye
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.
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.