Gabby Slattery, Robbie Floody and Greg Donagher cycled from Portarlington to Mountshannon, Co. Clare, a distance of approximately 130km, in aid of Laois & Offaly Hospices on 25 May. They recently presented a cheque of €3662 to Seamus O'Donoghue, Chairman, Laois Hospice and Humphrey O'Connor,…Read more →
The spectacular gardens at Clonohill House, Coolrain will be open on Sunday, June23rd. from 2-6pm in aid of Laois Hospice Foundation and the new Camross Village Park. The gardens, surrounding Clonohill House, are part of the Laois Garden Trail and have featured on RTÉ and in The Guide to Gardens…Read more →
Laois Hospice extends its sincere thanks to all who donate so generously to support hospice care in Laois. Pictured below are some recent presentations made to our Chairman, Seamus O'Donoghue, in Clonaslee. Mary Conroy and Mai Feighery (on behalf of Clonaslee St. Stephen's Day Walk Committee)…Read more →
On Sunday 16 June, Ms Hazel Luskin Glennon will once again open her spectacular gardens at Gortnalee House, Donaghmore, Co. Laois as a fundraiser for Laois Hospice, from 2-5pm. Since the last Open Day, the garden has seen the addition of a new patio, which provides a lovely view over the Cottage…Read more →
The annual Tom Kinsella Memorial Christmas Convoy Road Run took place on St. Stephen's Day, Wednesday 26th December 2018 in aid of Laois Specialist Palliative Care Team. The road run was hosted by Ballyroan Vintage Club. The day was a huge success and a massive €5300 was presented to Laois…Read more →
Photo: Michael Scully Mary Delaney, Secretary Laois Hospice accepting a cheque for €958 from Margaret Nee, President the Heath Bridge Club & Barry O'Callaghan, Vice President at a recent presentation. The money was raised at a Charity Bridge Night & Raffle. Many thanks to all involved.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.