A Cake and Craft Sale organised by 6th Class pupils in St Brigid’s school, Glasnevin in May.
To raise funds for the Foundation a number of initiatives have been organised – some now completed and others in progress:
The below are samples of the kind of initiatives that are being undertaken. If you, or your school, your book club, your group of friends/neighbours would like to support The Caroline Foundation in any way we would be delighted to hear from you. For any further information please contact email@example.com.
REGISTRATION FOR RIBBON CHAIN IS NOW CLOSED BUT OUR FUNDRAISING STILL CONTINUES TO ENABLE US TO REACH OUR TARGET Get Involved and Join Us! Bray To Greystones Cliff Walk The Longest Awareness Ribbon Chain Challenge is to happen on Sunday 11 May at 12.00 noon 5 Mile Ribbon Chain 39,000 Bands of Ribbon 4,000 people…Details
Our 2nd His ‘n Her’s Annual Lunch takes place on Friday 3rd October 2014 in The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2. The lunch will be again compered by the unrivalled Ms MIRIAM O’CALLAGHAN while THE NUALAS will bring their own inimitable style of comedy to grace the event with fun and laughter. DEIRDRE O’KANE (Actress and…Details
A Cake Sale – organised by Aoife Hickey in her work place. Proceeds from this event were donated to Rónán’s charity through mycharity.ie
A coffee morning that became a garden party was organised by Siobhán and Brendan Hickey in their magnificent garden. A super morning that spilled into afternoon was enjoyed by all who supported this fundraiser. Proceeds from this event were donated to Rónán’s charity fund on mycharity.ieDetails
The Cocktail Club is hosting a charity event to raise vital funds for Cancer Research in aid of The Caroline Foundation in the Four Seasons, Friday, 26th September. A limited amount of tickets are still available, if interested, please email Paula to book your ticket.Details
A golf competition organised by Eilish O’Sullivan, Lady Captain in Castleknock Golf Club on Thursday 29 August. Thirty four teams took part in the event which raised €6,520.