The Diamond family from Bellaghy, along with support from their friends and local community, have raised an amazing £18,000 for the Northern Ireland Hospice through a variety of fundraising activities over the past few months.
Organised by Gareth McKenna , Dominic McKenna and Cormac O'Hanlon a night of Ska, Soul, Reggae and Rocksteady music came to Cliftonville Social Club in March 2017 which raised more than £1245 for the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice launches Colour Dash 5k event.
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.
Hospice care is constantly evolving. See how your donations are making this possible and how your continued support can make a difference this spring.
Northern Ireland Hospice launches annual fundraising walks
Northern Ireland Hospice is calling on people from all walks of life to get behind its popular annual fundraising Hospice Walk campaign this spring.
Coffee brand to donate 10p from every cup sold in the first day of each month
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.
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.
MHI VESTAS OFFSHORE WIND AND METCOLLECT LTD TURN SCRAP INTO CASH FOR NORTHERN IRELAND CHILDREN'S HOSPICE!
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.