Incognito Art Sale, in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, Sells Out, raising €188,040

The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation has announced that its online Incognito Art Sale, which got underway at 10am this morning, has sold out raising €188,040. Monies raised will fund Jack & Jill’s specialist home nursing care to 374 children with life-limiting conditions right across the country, including end-of-life care.      Now that the collection is sold out, the ...
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Dáithí Ó Sé invites Cork to show solidarity with people with dementia and family carers to celebrate Alzheimer’s Tea Day 2021

RTÉ star Dáithí Ó Sé is calling on the nation to show solidarity with people with dementia and their family carers and virtually have Tea in Every Town with their friends and loved ones to mark Alzheimer’s Tea Day which takes place across Ireland on Thursday, 6th May and is proudly ...
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COPE FOUNDATION LAUNCH TWO EIGHT ZERO ZERO CHALLENGE

Cope Foundation welcomes diversity and a unique approach to its latest online fundraising campaign Cope Foundation has announced its Two Eight Zero Zero Challenge to reflect each of the 2,800 people it supports and is inviting people to take a unique and personal approach to the fundraiser. The non-profit organisation ...
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A Postcard from The Edge… and many more! Incognito 2021, Ireland’s Largest Online Art Sale in aid of Jack & Jill, is Officially Launched

    U2’s The Edge, rock star Bob Geldof, fashion designer Paul Costelloe, comedians Tommy Tiernan and Jason Byrne, TV artist Don Conroy, former Dublin hurling captain, David Sweeney, DJ/artist Mo Kelly, and Nobel prize winner Dr William Campbell, have today been named among the 1,200 artists taking part in ...
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Virgin Media Television’s Donate for Dementia campaign raises €1 million for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Virgin Media Television’s Donate for Dementia fundraising and awareness week has raised €1 million for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland.   All last week, Virgin Media Television aired special programming around the disease, which affects half a million Irish families, with one in 10 of those diagnosed being under the ...
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