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28 Mar

ASHFIELD BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL PREPARE TO COLOUR DASH

Ashfield Boys’ High School are delighted to announce that their first ever Colour Dash event will take place on Friday April 7th 2017. Staff and pupils of the local Belfast High School will be taking place in this special event to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice and Aundrea Bannatyne whose son is in YEAR 11 at Ashfield Boys’ High School. Aundrea was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer during the summer of 2016 and will be able to travel to Germany to receive pioneering treatment which in effect, will give her a longer life expectancy with the money raised.

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Children’s Hospice

10 Mar

MAKE A WILL MONTH 2017

Make a Will & make a difference to a local Hospice patient

Make a Will Month will take place province wide from 1st - 31st March. During this month, 30 local participating solicitors will not charge for their will making service and you will be invited to make a donation to us instead at your discretion.

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Adult Hospice

10 Mar

HOME BARGAINS ANNOUNCE CHARITY PARTNERSHIP WITH NORTHERN IRELAND CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

Discount Retailer pledges to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice

Pictured (L-R) Home Bargains Area Managers NI, Neraj Tandon, Fiona Mc Court, Catherine Quinn and Gary Donegan are pictured alongside Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice Corporate Fundraiser, Lauren Cunningham outside Home Bargains Dungannon.

Home Bargains – the top brand, bottom price retailer – has pledged to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, helping the charity continue its palliative care work for babies and young people in hospice and their homes throughout the country.

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Children’s Hospice

08 Mar

TESCO SHOPPERS GIFT A FESTIVE £35K TO NORTHERN IRELAND CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

Christmas collection registers record donation for local children

NORTHERN Ireland Children’s Hospice (NICH) opened a belated Christmas present this week – an amazing £35,682 donation from Tesco customers from across Northern Ireland.

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Children’s Hospice

03 Mar

HELP MAKE EVERY MOMENT COUNT THIS SPRING

Hospice care is constantly evolving. See how your donations are making this possible and how your continued support can make a difference this spring.

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Adult Hospice

13 Feb

WALK A MILE IN A HOSPICE NURSE’S SHOES

Northern Ireland Hospice launches annual fundraising walks

Paralympic hero Michael McKillop, vice-president of Northern Ireland Hospice, Olivia Nash and Hospice nurse Debbie Mc Allister are encouraging people from all walks of life to walk a mile in a Hospice nurse's shoes and help raise funds for NI Hospice.

Northern Ireland Hospice is calling on people from all walks of life to get behind its popular annual fundraising Hospice Walk campaign this spring.

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Adult Hospice

08 Feb

STARBUCKS BREWS UP FUNDS FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

Coffee brand to donate 10p from every cup sold in the first day of each month

(Pictured left to right) -  Caolfhionn Sherrin, Store Manager at Londonderry Foyleside, Denise Stewart Store Manager at Antrim Junction One and Paula Galloway Starbucks (NI) District Manager hand over a cheque for £16,419.00 to Lauren Cunningham.

NORTHERN IRELAND’S only children’s hospice will receive a ‘caffeine boost’ on the first day of every month thanks to a new initiative by the global coffee brand Starbucks.

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Adult Hospice

30 Jan

NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Executive Assistant to Chief Executive Officer

We are seeking a highly skilled, committed and dynamic individual to support the Chief Executive Officer, who in collaboration with the Board of Trustees, is leading the organisation into an exciting new era whilst simultaneously shaping the future of Palliative Care in Northern Ireland.

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Adult Hospice

23 Jan

MHI VESTAS OFFSHORE WIND AND METCOLLECT LTD TURN SCRAP INTO CASH FOR NORTHERN IRELAND CHILDREN'S HOSPICE!

Jakob Hauberg Nielsen, Martin Werner Nielsen, Geoff Angus, Director at Metcollect , James McManus, Steffan Krabbe and Gary Maher of MHI Vesta Offshore Wind present Lauren Cunningham, Corporate Fundraiser with a cheque for £9,380.70

The Belfast Harbour Pre-Assembly team at MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, (global leaders in wind power and offshore ventures) and Metcollect Ltd, (specialists for turning scrap metal into money) have combined forces by making a generous scrap donation of £9,380.70 to Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice; the only dedicated palliative care service in the province offering support to life-limited children who require 24-hour specialist care.

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Adult Hospice