HomeEventsFundraiserCorrib House’ Annual Festive Fundraiser in aid of The Neonatal ICU at UGH
17th December | 09:30 -

Corrib House’ Annual Festive Fundraiser in aid of The Neonatal ICU at UGH

Corrib House’ Annual Festive Fundraiser will take place on Saturday 17th December in aid of The Neonatal ICU at University Hospital Galway.

Galway NICU has a special place in the hearts of the team at Corrib House this Christmas with one of their owners experiencing first-hand the exceptional care, service and love given to their baby girl, Charlotte, by the Galway team over the last few months.

The Neonatal Unit in Galway is the regional unit for the West and North West of Ireland with babies from as far away as Donegal to the North and East to the Midlands meaning for some parents it becomes very difficult to visit every day, particularly if their babies are resident for a substantial length of time. This year’s annual fundraiser will go towards assisting these parents with accommodation costs near UHG, allowing them to spend precious time with their babies in the Galway NICU along with equipment costs in the NICU.

The proceeds from all sales, including brunch, drinks, cakes, coffees and accommodation rooms on the day, will be donated and we will have donation buckets at points of sale. Everyone who donates on the day will be entered into a draw to win a €200 voucher for Corrib House. So please dig deep if you can and help raise much-needed funds to assist the wonderful team at Neonatal ICU at UHG.

A similar fundraiser will also take place in Wildlands, Moycullen on the same day, So if it’s within your means, please come on down to Corrib House and enjoy your favourite brunch with all sales going to a worthy cause or donate whatever you can. All sales proceeds mentioned above and donations will go directly to Neonatal ICU Fund Galway University Hospital.

Event Date
17th December 2022 - 17th December 2022
Event Time
09:30 -
Event Category Venue
Corrib House
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