Play Your Part in Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Members of the Castleisland Hospice branch preparing for the town’s participation in Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Thursday, September 20th were: Tess Fitzgerald, Liz Galwey, Jack Shanahan and Eileen McCarthy. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning which is sponsored by Bewley’s is one of the major fundraisers for Hospice nationally.

Thursday, September 20th is the date set for this year’s event.

The Castleisland fundraising branch is inviting people to host an event in their own homes or businesses.

Material Provided by Hospice

Coffee and promotional material will be provided by Hospice. This is a very worthy cause and one of the main fundraisers in the locality for Hospice each year.

There is flexibility around the event so if the 20th doesn’t suit you, then you can hold your event on another morning.

Have You a Spare Hour?

“Alternatively if you have a spare hour and would like to volunteer at the local branch coffee morning which we are delighted to announce will be held in Dago Fleming’s premises, the former Milano Boutique on Main Street, please contact us,” said branch PRO, Liz Galwey.

Jack Hosting Morning

Jack Shanahan will host a coffee morning on the 20th in his Haven Pharmacy at Garvey’s SuperValu.

All funds raised locally will remain in Kerry and go towards the ongoing expenses incurred in the running of the palliative care centre at University Hospital Kerry.

For further details or to obtain your coffee morning pack please contact Jack Shanahan on 066 71 41225 from 9am-7pm, or Liz Galwey on 086 28 33 328.

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