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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 :)
 

Development of Bereavement Support - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsLauraLynn’s Family Bereavement Programme provides both formal and informal help and support to all children and families who are accessing our service. Many parents wonder how they will carry on after the death of their child. Every family’s experience is different and it can be a roller coaster of emotions.

Development of Bereavement Support - Rosie & Jim Chicken ProductsThanks to the support of Rosie & Jim, our bereavement team are developing the programme this year with some new and enhanced services, including Family Bereavement Days, Pamper Morning for mothers, ‘Memory Walks’ for fathers, an Annual Memorial Service and a new LauraLynn Book of Remembrance.

This Christmas, thousands of people will gather at Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, Harold’s Cross for the annual Light Up A Life Christmas event.

The celebrations begin on Sunday 26th November, a day of music and memories and the official lighting of the magnificent tree by the guest of honour Daniel O’Donnell, and will continue until Christmas.

Rosie & Jim are delighted to donate €1000 to the Light up a Life Christmas event.

Find out more on their Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/olhospice/

Rosie & Jim sponsor Emo Celtic Soccer Club €600!

Rosie & Jim were delighted to sponsor Emo Celtic Soccer Club, Co. Laois. Emo Celtic cater for all age groups from Academy age to Under 15's.

Dear Rosie & Jimmy,

On behalf of Emo Celtic Soccer Club, I want to extend a heard-felt thank you for your continued support of the club. Your very generous contribution of €600, which we received this year, is very welcome and will be used to buy training equipment and footballs for all the boys and girls playing with us.

As we continue to grow as a club, please know that sponsors such as you are vital to the success of this club. You are truly appreciated. Thanks again.

Sincerely,

Karl Brogan, Secretary, Emo Celtic Soccer Club.
https://www.facebook.com/EmoCeltic/

Rosie & Jim are proud to sponsor the Make-A-Wish Children's Charity.

Make-A-Wish grants wishes to children aged 3-17 battling life-threatening illnesses such as Leukaemia, Cystic Fibrosis, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, brain tumours, heart conditions and many more. They have granted over 1,700 wishes since 1992.

Wish children have suffered more than any child should and deserve to be granted their special wish as a reward for battling their illness. They desperately need a break from the routine of hospitals, injections and treatments. Testimonials show the power of a wish and the uplifting affect it can have on a family.

Make-A-Wish does not receive any government funding – they rely completely on the generosity and support of people and organisations who partner with them. At the moment, they have over 200 children on their waiting list and receive a large number of applications each month.

Support of Rosie & Jim

Make-A-Wish is very grateful to have the support of Rosie & Jim this year to fund a sensory bedroom wish for a very brave child. Sensory bedrooms have a long-lasting impact and bring with them significant medical benefits for the wish child. They enhance the quality of life for wish children for the time they have left. Sensory bedrooms can be an expensive wish and their ability to grant these wishes can be very much dependent on funding. It is thanks to the generosity of Rosie & Jim that we can transform the life of one of our wish children this year.

Please visit www.makeawish.ie for more information on the work of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Here's Hank enjoying some Christmas shopping and looking forward to a visit from Santa!

Thanks to his raiser Bernadette for these lovely photos of Hank. He's a real beauty :)

Hank - Guide Dog for the Blind, at Christmas time
Hank - Guide Dog for the Blind, at Kildare Village

Rosie & Jim are very proud to sponsor this well deserved junior couple. We're really impressed with Sasha Savchenko & Hannah Kelly, they have worked so hard to get to the DanceSport German Open. 

"We would like to say BIG THANK YOU to our sponsors for German Open Rosie & Jim !!! We are awarded to be a first junior couple who will represent our beautiful country in the most prestigious competition in the world. We are working very hard to meet your expectations. Thank you again from Sasha Savchenko & Hannah Kelly!"

Find out more about DanceSport on their Facebook Page >

Thanks again to everyone who entered our Light up a Life competition to help their chosen charity.
The winner of the €1000 charity donation is Jennifer Kennedy. Jennifer's chosen charity is ICAN Irish Children's Arthritis Network. The winner of the €500 charity donation is Cathy Bishop and Cathy's chosen charity is the Ben and Jake Connolly Trust. Congratulations to our winners and their very worthy charities. Thanks and Merry Christmas to all of our customers!

Rosie & Jim - Charity Support - LauraLynnLauraLynn is required to incorporate on-going learning into its service development initiatives, but unfortunately the cost of this is considerable.  Rosie & Jim have supported us this quarter by putting funding towards educational and training resources for our nurses and carers.  Funding for educational books and training for development and up-skilling is crucial to the development of the service and care we provide here. 

Sponsorship of our Annual Report

Each year LauraLynn release an Annual Report, where our members, service users and funders can read about our activities and achievements in the past year while learning about our future objectives. It is an invaluable tool for communicating with all our stakeholders. We are hugely grateful to Rosie & Jim for sponsoring our Annual Report this year.

See more about LauraLynn Clinical Education & Training Department >

Make-A-Wish® Ireland has one simple aim - to grant the wishes of children aged between 3 and 17 years living with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. A wish granted is true magic for the child, providing respite from their normal routines of hospitals, doctors and treatment. Since inception in 1992 they have granted over 2,000 wishes in Ireland. They believe a wish can have a lasting impact on a child's life. A wish can create moments of joy - and memories that last a life-time.

Rosie & Jim have donated €500 to the Make-A-Wish® Ireland Christmas Campaign.

Find out more on their website - https://makeawish.ie/

Rosie & Jim are humbled and thrilled to Make-A-Wish come true for Liam.

Thanks to Irene of Make-A-Wish for sending on this lovely letter.

Liam, age 7, from Galway, lives with a number of medical conditions including chronic lung disease, a metabolic condition called PKU and has an amputated leg. He wished for his own special garden that combines his two big loves – the outdoors and trains. The garden was specially designed to suit Liam’s needs and includes soft play surfaces, planting and landscape features to stimulate the senses, as well as a beautiful train for Liam to climb into and call his own! Liam’s dream of his own peaceful, accessible garden is now a reality thanks to the commitment and generosity of his friends, neighbours, the local business community and of course sponsorship from Rosie & Jim.

Liam’s Mum, Louise, said, “Liam was in hospital until he was four years old and since coming home he just loves playing outside and visiting his local train station to watch the trains come and go. It is truly amazing to have such a perfect place for Liam to call his own and enjoy. The surfaces are perfect for crawling on and he just loves having his very own train!”

Many thanks again for your sponsorship of Liam and Danielle’s wishes – I can guarantee you that the legacy of both will live on for a long time and bring joy and happiness to the lives of these very special children.

Best wishes,

Irene

Make A Wish - Liam

Local girl Caoimhe Donoher is making a real difference in Vietnam with the help of Rosie & Jim.

Irish non profit organisation EIL Intercultural Learning supports local projects across the world.

Initially supporting communities in need via welfare, teaching, healthcare or community development.

Caoimhe is volunteering as a teacher in disadvantaged schools in HO Chi Minh City, Vietnam and will be teaching basic English as well as facilitating educational activities in collaboration with the local teachers. Learning English is vitally important to help secure a bright future for these young children in Vietnam.

Pictured presenting Caoimhe with her cheque is Rosie & Jim representative Sean McLoughlin.