20/4/18, Marvellous Donation received today - St Malachy's Primary School/Nursery Bangor, £1,000.
The children made/sold buns, held sponsored events, totally amazing. Thanks to all concerned, Ciaran. Not only did they support us, but they raised a lot more for 2 other good causes as well.
The next fundraiser is the Belfast City Marathon -
THERE ARE NOW THREE Teams doing it in memory of Hilary, wonderful, CC, 10/4/18.
Lets have some competition, see which team can raise the most!!!
Sponsorship forms are available from email@example.com
(April 23rd!!!!!) UNDER TWO WEEKS TO GO - !!!!
I know that good sponsorship has been pledged, but as of 1pm today, Team Hilary/ aka Lough Moss Mosskateers (Ciaran's) £515 paid in, Team Lough Moss Loopers (Patricia McKnights), £110, and Lightening Legs have started with a good £20. Keep on building the pledges. £645 in
"Lightening Legs", comprised of Mary Boyle, David Cairnduff, Margaret Murray, Barbara Patton and Maxine Williamson, former colleagues of Hilary in the Beeches Management Centre, Hampton Park, Belfast (officially the HSC Leadership Centre).
They will run the Belfast Marathon relay in aid of Marie Curie.
[This section is a DIRECT QUOTE from their email to me!!, CC, good to meet people even stranger than the Loopers.]
"These are a group of very keen athletes who have just returned home from the Commonwealth Games with bags and bags of gold medals - yeah right!"
Donations and sponsorship are very welcome for this great cause.
The Lough Moss Moss-keeters, comprising Ciaran Crossey, Patricia McKnight, Patricia Walsh, Helen Grant, Julia Tolan, Steven Wallace, Debbie Fraser, Michelle McDonald, Diane Bradley and Colette Boyle are running (??) the Belfast City Marathon teams relay race in aid of Marie Curie, in the name of Team HILARY.
The Lough Moss Moss-keeters run together every week and attend park runs/races together regularly but this is their first marathon relay event together and they are hoping for your kind support! The team are running in aid of Marie Curie and, specifically, to raise funds to pay for a day's care at the Marie Curie Hospice Belfast. Ciaran's wife Hilary was cared for at the hospice during the last 11 weeks of her life and you can read more about this target to pay for a day's care below.
On behalf of all of all of the Lough Moss Moss-keeters thank you for your sponsorship and support!!!==================================================
QUIZ NIGHT IN THE IVANHOE - March 21st.
Thanks to all concerned, especially Emmet and Eadain Norris, the Quiz Team, for a wonderful night. We must also thank all who attended, the firms and friends who provided the prizes - seriously loads of them - it was a very crowded room.
With the crowd present, absent friends who paid for their places, more generous donations, etc - the TOTAL PROFIT ON THE NIGHT WAS A MARVELLOUS £3,500.
This is a great help in the funding of the Hospice, thanks again to all concerned.
Ciaran Crossey, 27/3/18
Our lovely Hilary was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in February 2017 and in July she was admitted to the Marie Curie Hospice in Belfast where she stayed for 11 weeks until she passed away on 14th October.
In a time of such darkness, the team at the hospice were a great source of comfort to Hilary and to our family as a whole. The doctors, nurses, volunteers, chaplin, catering team, complementary therapists and cleaners all worked to ensure that Hilary's time at the hospice was as calm and comfortable as possible. We will be forever grateful for the expert, loving and patient care that she received every day.
In order to show our gratitude and to ensure that other families can benefit from such an invaluable service, we, Hilary’s family and friends, are undertaking to support the hospice by paying for 24 hours of vital care.
Together and individually we will be organising a number of fundraising events
and projects - as always we will be grateful for your support.
Thanks - Ciaran Crossey, on behalf of Hilary’s family and friends - Team Hilary, made up of me, with Nicola Crossey, Tiernan Kennedy, Pat Walsh and Deirdre Durston.
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