Hospice Coffee Mornings will once again take place throughout Laois from 21 September 2023. We invite you to host a Coffee Morning in your home, garden or workplace this September 21st, or on any day that suits you, in aid of Laois Hospice. To register, please contact Mary Delaney at (086) 8157280…Read more →
Pictured at the launch of the 30th annual Clonaslee St. Stephen’s Day Sliabh Bloom Walk in aid of Laois Hospice Foundation were, Seated: Chris Horan and Pat Dunne. Back: Sheila Bourke (Walk Co-ordinator), Dr Anna Gullane (Medical Director of Laois Hospice Foundation), Peter Maher, Mary Delaney (…Read more →
Laois Offaly Garda Division are hosting a Charity Gala Concert to celebrate the centenary of An Garda Síochána. The concert, featuring the Garda Band, will take place at St Peter & Paul's Church, Portlaoise on Friday 21 October 2022 from 8pm. Tea and Coffee will be hosted before the event by…Read more →
Come and join the Clonaslee St Stephen's Day Walk committee on St. Stephen’s Day in Clonaslee, Co. Laois for the 29th Annual Walk in aid of Laois Hospice. Donations can be made on the day or @ https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/clonaslee-walk-2021. Laois Hospice thanks the organisers and…Read more →
A fundraising tractor run will take place on Stephen’s Day in aid of Laois Hospice and in memory of vintage enthusiast Tom Kinsella. Knock Vintage Men’s Shed and Ballyroan Vintage Club have joined forces in order to make the event happen this year. Tom was originally from Ballyroan but lived in…Read more →
After the success of last year's inaugural Live Crib on the Stradbally road in Portlaoise, we're grateful to Helen Kelly for donating proceeds from her 'Live Crib' to Laois Hospice & other local charities. You can visit the crib for yourself at the entrance to Kelly's Farm, Bloomfield Cross,…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.