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Corporate Support

Corporate support is vital to the success of Children's Hospice. Supporting Northern Ireland Hospice and Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice is a rewarding and beneficial experience for companies, its staff and customers.

APPLEGREEN CHOOSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE FOR 2016 & 2017

NI Children’s Hospice is delighted to be selected as Applegreen’s charity partner in Northern Ireland. Over the next 2 years the funds raised by Applegreen staff and customers will make a real and lasting impact on the children and families we care for.

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Starbucks

Throughout 2016 the Starbucks stores at: Foyleside, Crescent Link, Coleraine, Junction 1, Rushmere, Newry and The Outlet are supporting the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice. In addition to fundraising activities Starbucks are donating 10p on every coffee sold in stores on the first Monday of the month.

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Tughans

Tughans commenced their 2015 Charity partnership with the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice with a pub quiz in the Dark Horse, Belfast. The vital funds that they will raise through the year will help provide hours of specialist nursing care for local children and young people with a life limited illness.

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Invest Northern Ireland

Invest Northern Ireland are supporting the Northern Children’s Hospice as a Charity Partner for 2015. The staff are supporting the Children’s Hospice by donating funds from wearing their jeans to work on Friday’s and various other fundraising activities throughout the year.

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Dominos

Dominos will donate £1 for every NI Hospice Meal Deal purchased. The meal deal includes:- Any Large Pizza, Garlic Pizza Bread, Twisted Dough Balls & Cookies.

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Time to Care: Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice & VanRath Recruitment Launch Unique Partnership

Wayne Sullivan, MD of VanRath Recruitment joins Children's Nurse Judith McKibben at Belfast's Gasworks clock to launch 'Time to Care'

As we step into Spring, the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice launches its timely new campaign.

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AMEY

Amey management and staff have donated £8000 to help provide over 265 hours of specialist nursing care for children and young people in Northern Ireland who have a life limited illness. Stephen Houston, an Amey employee from Kinallen in County Down, spurred his colleagues on to raise money for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice , in memory of his daughter who died in a car accident in the summer of 2009.

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G E Energy Run For Children

20 staff at GE Energy Monitoring & Diagnostics company in Lisburn raced off the starting blocks at the Belfast City Marathon in support of N I Children’s Hospice. Participants were supported by the 140 strong workforce who held an onsite fundraising week and together raised £3885.00.

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U105 RAISE OVER HALF A MILLION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND HOSPICE

Emerald Garrison Superheroes join Peter McVerry, U105 Station Manager; Ellen Hillen, Corporate Fundraising Manager and little Heidi Bogle to show Purple Power

U105 listeners once again lent their support to the annual U105 charity appeal for NI Hospice taking the total raised over the years to over half a million.

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EDWARDS & COMPANY SOLICITORS SWOP WRITS FOR RETAIL

Dorcas Crawford and David McClurg are joined by Miss Northern Ireland as they prepare for the opening of the pop-up charity shop

Edwards & Co Solicitors has partnered with NI Hospice to help raise funds to furnish a bedroom in the new hospice.

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BDO LINKS UP WITH NI CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

Local accountancy and professional services firm, BDO Northern Ireland launched their staff charity of the year initiative recently with NI Children’s Hospice.

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BANK OF IRELAND PEDAL POWER FOR NI CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

Patrick and Alastair Kane, Michael McCann and Martin Montague with Ellen Hillen, Corporate Fundraising Manager, NI Hospice

Four bank officials from the Bank of Ireland Magherafelt branch cycled 90 miles from Enniskillen to Athlone as part of the wider BoI National Cycle

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