Pictured at the recent presentation of the proceeds of a Fun Run for Laois Hospice were (l-r) Aileen Fallon, Andrew Phelan, Seamus O'Donoghue (Laois Hospice), Bernard Baldwin, Aoife Glancy. Many thanks to all who participated in, and donated to, the Fun Run!Read more →
Photo: Tim Keane We are very grateful to Rock Inn Vintage Club for their continued support to Laois Hospice. The committee presented a cheque of €8000 at a presentation night recently in The Rock Inn to Irene Murray, Treasurer and Mary Delaney,Secretary Laois Hospice from the proceeds of their…Read more →
Photo: Tim Keane Thanks to Timmy McEvoy & Eamonn Dunne who had the novel idea of raising funds from a waste battery collection in the Midlands. They presented a cheque of €1000 to Mary Delaney, Secretary and Irene Murray, Treasurer Laois Hospice at a recent presentation in The Rock Inn.Read more →
Photo: Michael Scully Another successful year for Clonaslee Annual St Stephen's Day Walk who raised a staggering €32633 for Laois Hospice. Pictured above are Lucy Feighery and Peter Maher, representing Clonaslee St. Stephen's Day Walk Group, presenting a cheque to Seamus O'Donoghue, Chairman…Read more →
Gabby Slattery and Robbie Floody will cycle from Portarlington to Mountshannon, Co. Clare, a distance of approximately 130km in aid of Laois Hospice on August 4th. They have started training and are giving themselves 10 weeks to prepare. Both Gabby and Robbie have lost family members to cancer.…Read more →
Hospice is about caring for the terminally ill, so that their final days can be spent with as much comfort and dignity as is humanly possible. On behalf of all who have benefited from our support over the past 25 years, a sincere thank you to all who have contributed in any manner towards the aspirations of Laois Hospice.- Mr Seamus O'Donoghue, Chairman.
Since its inception in 1989, Laois Hospice Foundation has helped to provide a palliative care service for Cancer patients, whose illness no longer responds to curative treatment. The Hospice also provides support for the families of such patients. This total care involves doctors, nurses, a team of specialists and the clergy, who are all concerned with quality of life.