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Andrea Paolella
In Memory of Florence
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In Memory of Florence

Created by: Andrea Paolella

Raising funds for Féileacáin (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Support)

Thank you for taking the time to visit my memorial page for Florence
I've chosen to fundraise for Feileacain - Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland. All funds raised here will go directly to this great cause.
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  • Michelle Dempsey


    In memory of little Florence.

  • Ger Hayes


    My heart goes out to you both in your sadness. May your darling Florence be the guiding star to help you on this difficult journey to healing. Xx

  • Mary Gilligan


    To your great cause and to support the superb kindness and support and dedication of All the teams in Holles Street of which my family too was a recipient .

  • Anonymous

  • Aodhan McEnerney & Elma Teahan

  • Lauren Nolan


    Sínead & Will, thinking of you both and Florence. Lots of love xx

  • PwC Grad team


    Thinking of you Sinead and Will and your baby girl Florence, sending all our love x

  • Jenna Gavin

  • KJ


    Think of you Sinead & Will. Rip Florence

  • James and Louise Scott


    We are both so sorry to hear of the loss of Baby Florence and wanted to let you know that our thoughts and prayers are with you both.


About the cause

In Memory of Florence

Féileacáin (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Support)

Why the name FéileacáinA Butterfly lights besides us like a sunbeam …Many of the ancient civilizations believed that butterflies were symbols of the human soul, and in Irish mythology the butterflies, or ‘Féileacáin’, are said to be the spirits of the departed who return to visit their favorite place and their loved ones to reassure them that they are alright.

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