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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

WIN Afternoon Tea for four at The Shelbourne Hotel with our Facebook Competition!
Treat your mum to the famous Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Shelbourne Hotel on Sunday April 9th at 2pm.
To enter, nominate your mum in the Comments. Like our Post AND our Page.
*Winner will be announced on March 24th.
*This is pre-booked so winner must be able to avail of prize at 2pm on April 9th 2017.
*This Competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

Head over to our Facebook Page now to Enter!

Best of luck everyone!

 

Rosie & Jim are thrilled and humbled to sponsor Make A Wish Ireland in making Eimear's wish of having a Safety Sleeper come true.

Eimear's mum Fiona, sent in a lovely letter explaining how much this would improve Eimear's life.

We are so grateful as a family to get the safety sleeper gifted to Eimear as it especially changes holidays for us as family. Since getting the safety sleeper we can now like any other family decide to go on holidays, and we have gone during the summer and just last weekend, and Eimear has slept and enjoyed the holidays as much. As life can be very busy for us and challenging at times it is great for us and especially Eimear and her siblings to get away for a break. Now that we have the safety sleeper it gives us a new peace of mind and the option of a holiday.

Angelman Syndrome means that Eimear has severe complex needs, including sleep disturbances, sensory processing disorder, epilepsy, non verbal, short attention, no sense of danger/lack of sense of security. So for safety reasons she requires an enclosed bed.

Thanks for the lovely letter Fiona, Dermot, Alannah, Eimear and Jason.

We wish you many happy night's sleep in the new Safety Sleeper Eimear and hope you get to try it out on holiday soon :)

Jimmy McLoughlin of Rosie & Jim is delighted to present €2,000 to Courtwood GAA for the B2B Cycle for Life.

Courtwood GAA together with the Irish Heart Foundation and Heart Children Ireland are delighted to officially announce the B2B Cycle for Life which will take place next month on 23 September.

The B2B Cycle for Life will see five teams of six cyclists tackle the 120 km route from Blackwater in Wexford to Ballybrittas in Laois.
It promises to be tough but the intrepid thirty are already training hard!
Find out more and keep in touch on the Facebook Event page -
facebook.com/events/108386523186113

Rosie & Jim have sponsored the Meat Products Category in the Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List 2021!

Check out our full list of Gluten Free Products on page 142 of this invaluable guide.

 

Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List 2021

Each year the Coeliac Society produces a “List of Gluten-Free Manufactured Products”, also referred to as the “Food List”.

The Food List is compiled in accordance with current EC legislation. The booklet also features “own brand” products that are “gluten-free” from some of the main supermarket chains. If you are a coeliac and eat any processed foods, a current Food List is a valuable resource in selecting food.

Many people are confused by allergen labelling and the more recent EC Gluten-free Labelling Legislation. Members are turning to the Food List for reassurance about what is safe to eat.

About Coeliac Society of Ireland Food List >

Congratulations again to Fiona Staunton and her nominated charity Aoibheann's Pink Tie on winning €1000 donation from Rosie & Jim.

Here's Tracey delivering the HUGE cheque!

Aoibheann's Pink Tie

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie “National Children’s Cancer Charity” was set up in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman after the tragic loss of Jimmy’s daughter Aoibheann to cancer aged just 8 years. During Aoibheann’s year long battle with this dreadful disease, the family found little or no financial or practical support  for children and their families.

Jimmy and his family had a large support network of friends and family but found that many on the ward had virtually no support at all.

When Aoibheann passed away the men wore pink ties at the funeral which was Aoibheann’s favourite colour. The charity was formed in her memory to remedy the lack of support for other children and their families going through treatment.

Find out more about Aoibheann's Pink Tie on the website - aoibheannspinktie.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

Congratulations to Joan Brennan on winning second place in our Light Up A Life - Facebook Competition!

Joan has won €500 donation for her charity of choice - Stewart Hospital Palmerstown!

She also won a Lilly O’ Brien’s Hamper & a €100 One 4 All voucher for herself.

Well done Joan and Stewart's Hospital - we're delighted such a worthy cause has won :)

 

Rosie & Jim are delighted to support St. Conleth’s Ladies team again this year and are very pleased to donate €1,500 to the club.

https://www.facebook.com/stconlethslgfa/

Check out the new O'Neills gear bags recently sent out to Courtwood GAA!
We are delighted once again to sponsored the gear for Courtwood GAA.

Hank - Guide Dog for the Blind - on the luas

Hank is a hard worker on the farm and likes to hang out with his farm friends!

A lovely shot of him at home having some fun! What a cheeky chap :)

We're giving away 2 Tickets to The Gluten Free Living Show on Saturday 30th Spetember!

This years event is on in the Crowne Plaza Northwood, Santry, Co. Dublin.

The show is a food focused, Interactive and Informative day on gluten free living. An exciting day with a food fair, cookery demonstrations, expert talks, sampling, tastings and gluten free health education.

Come by the Rosie & Jim stall to say hello and have some tasty Gluten Free Chicken.

Find out more on the website - www.coeliac.ie/event/gluten-free-living-show-in-association-with-supervalu/

And keep up to date on the Coeliac Society of Ireland Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/CoeliacSocIreland

Tickets are €10

Head over to our Facebook page and Like, Comment or Share to win 2 tickets. You might be lucky!

https://www.facebook.com/rosieandjimchicken/