Ireland, a family is coping with the news that their loved one has Cancer. Thanks to your support, no family is alone.
Trek the 12km Dublin Skyline Challenge on Sunday 1st September to help Purple House Cancer Support help more families to receive therapeutic & practical Cancer Support Services.
support enables families to receive much needed support during a very difficult
period in their lives.
Every year, over
1,300 families visit Purple House for a wide range of support services like
Counselling, art therapy, Children’s Camps, hospital transport, Programmes and
Your support means
that Purple House can keep skilled volunteers and Counsellors ready to see
children, teenagers, and adults, who need vital practical and mental health
support to deal with their Cancer diagnosis.
About the Dublin Skyline Challenge:
Spectacular views of Dublin City, Dublin Bay, Bray Head and the Wicklow Mountains!
Start & Finish at The Gap (Glencullen Adventure Park) Dublin 18
Teams, families & Individuals Welcome!
and finishing in Glencullen, this 12 km mountain and forest walk
provides spectacular views of Dublin City, Dublin Bay, Bray Head and the
Wicklow Mountains. It also combines an experience of the ancient and the modern by visiting the Ballyedmonduff Bronze Age wedge tomb (known as the "Giant's Grave"), then Three
Rock Mountain with its masts and on to Fairy Castle where the remains
of a 5000 year old passage tomb sits beside a recent Ordnance Survey
trig pillar on the summit.