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Cork Cancer Care Centre

The Cork Cancer Care Centre is a voluntary Cancer Support Group for women and men who have been directly or indirectly affected by cancer, their carers, families and friends. Together we can support each other, remain positive and most of all keep smiling.The Centre offers a 'home away from home' where members and their families can come for free counselling, holistic therapies, workshop’s complimentary therapies and general support in a positive and uplifting environment. 

We supply the Blankets of Hope to those going through cancer via oncology, radiotherapy and haematology wards in Munster.  We also hand out blankets in our centre and in exceptional cases we post them to patients. We also supply St James’ Ward in Dublin as well as Ronald McDonald house.  As of the end of December 2021 , over 26,500 blankets have been given to those on the journey with cancer.

 

 

overview

The Cork Cancer Care Centre is a charity, who support women and men who have been directly or indirectly affected by cancer, their carers’, families and friends.

The Centre offers a 'home away from home' where members and their families can come for free counselling, holistic therapies, ireland's only free wig bank, workshop’s, complementary therapies, yoga, meditation and general support in a positive and uplifting environment.

Our focus in Cork Cancer Care Centre is on mental health and well-being which is why we don’t limit the number of sessions to each client.  The same is true for the holistic therapies we offer.  Each client that avails of the services in Cork Cancer Care Centre, can be assured that their treatment and counselling will continue for as long as is needed.  We also welcome family members or carers to use the services offered.

We supply the Blankets of Hope to those going through cancer via oncology, radiotherapy and haematology wards in Munster.  We also hand out blankets in our centre and in exceptional cases we post them to patients. We also supply St James’ Ward in Dublin as well as Ronald McDonald house.  As of the end of December 2021 , over 26,500 blankets have been given to those on the journey with cancer.

where your money goes

All money that is donated to the charity goes back into the centre, to help improve services for our clients.

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contact details

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26 Saint Paul's Avenue, Cork, County Cork, IRELAND - T12 W294

cause registration

Revenue (Charities Unit) (CHY): 22255

Charities Regulatory Authority (CRA): 20100889

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