Gerard McCarthy

Gerard's Europa Abseil for NI Hospice

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Northern Ireland Hospice

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We provide specialist palliative care to people with life-limiting illnesses

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Hollyoaks actor Gerard McCarthy is showing his support for Northern Ireland Children's Hospice by taking part in an abseil down Belfast's most famous building, the Europa Hotel, on World Hospice Day 6th October 2007. 

Northern Ireland Children's Hospice is part of Northern Ireland Hospice Care which provides respite and end of life care for patients with life limiting illnesses.  The Children's Hospice provides specialist care to children aged 0-18 who have life limiting conditions such as genetic disorders, heart conditions, muscular dystrophy or cancer.

Often these children need 24 hour care which can put an enormous strain on their families.  Northern Ireland Children's Hospice provides a safe, fun environment for these children to come and take part in various activities such as art and music therapy, whilst giving their carers a well deserved rest.  

Gerard is asking all his family, friends & fans to dig deep and sponsor him online.

Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to sponsor: Northern Ireland Hospice Care will receive your money faster and, if you are a UK taxpayer, an extra 28% in tax will be added to your gift at no cost to you.

So please sponsor him now!

Many thanks for your support.

About the charity

Northern Ireland Hospice

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RCN 102337
At Northern Ireland Hospice, we care for more than 4,000 babies, children and adults with life-limiting illnesses, both in Hospice and in the community. We look after every patient's nursing, medical, social, spiritual and emotional needs with support for their family continuing into bereavement.

Donation summary

Total raised
£510.00
+ £131.15 Gift Aid
Online donations
£510.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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