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In Memory of Gerry Geraghty
In Memory of Gerry Geraghty

€ 3784.99

Target : € 2,500.00
From 159 fantastic supporters DONATIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL 13 Nov 2020

In Memory of Gerry Geraghty

Fundraising For Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation
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In loving memory of Gerry Geraghty

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Thank you for taking the time to visit our memorial page for Gerry Geraghty.

Our family want to show our appreciation for the hospice by raising some much needed funds. Daryl, Paul and Katie are going to run a half marathon around Cloonfad Scenic Walks, whilst adhering to the 5km restrictions.
The Hospice helped care for Gerry during his short battle with cancer and have continued to reach out and offer us support. They are an incredible charity who have helped so many of us. Please help support our cause in memory of our Dad.

  • Megan Browning

    05-06-2020

    Nice going, Paul and family! How beautiful that you turned the memory of your father into something bright and helpful. What strength.

    €25.00
  • Tom Keegan

    04-06-2020
    €10.00
  • Anonymous

    04-06-2020
  • Ciara Kilgarriff

    04-06-2020
    €20.00
  • PJ Fleming

    02-06-2020
    €20.00
  • Ger & Trish Fagan & Family

    02-06-2020

    Well done to you. Your Dad would be very proud of ye

    €20.00
  • Kieran & Marie Hanley, Cloonfad

    02-06-2020

    A wonderful cause, well done to you all!

    €20.00
  • Lucy Wright

    02-06-2020
    €10.00
  • Kevin Moylan

    01-06-2020
    €10.00
  • Rory Gallagher

    01-06-2020
    €25.00

About the cause

Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation

The Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is a voluntary charitable organisation which was set up in 1992 to provide a Palliative Care service for patients with life threatening illness in counties Mayo and Roscommon. The Foundation's Mission Statement Mayo/Roscommon Hospice Foundation affirms life. Respecting the uniqueness of each individual, caring and supporting to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their families living with life threatening illnesses.

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