Pinnacle contributes to nurse’s salary to support expert palliative care
BELFAST software firm Pinnacle has provided a perfect solution for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice after it signed up for the charity’s Time To Care initiative which supports the salaries of hospice nurses.
Following in the footsteps of Northern Ireland Hospice’s fun-filled `Runsie in a onesie` campaign, with u105, Year 14 Sports Science students at Grosvenor Grammar School held a similar event throughout the Christmas period, running up a superb £4457. Each pupil was set the task of completing a two kilometre run around the grounds of the school, whilst donning eye-catching onesies, before letting off steam by participating in a selection of inflatable games.
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.
Discount Retailer pledges to raise vital funds for Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice
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.
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.