25 Oct

HealthBeacon Sponsors Ireland’s Cancer Fund for Children

HealthBeacon will be supporting the Cancer Fund for Children as the “Speakeasy” Sponsor at this years’ Gala Ball. The Gala Ball is part of a 5-year program that aims to raise €1m for the Cancer Fund for Children. They are in large part supported by Ireland’s Digital Economy with its inaugural 2017 Gala Ball raising more than €137,000. The goal is to build a brand new therapeutic centre for children diagnosed with cancer, and their families, in Ireland.

Cancer Fund for Children has been supporting families for over forty years. They offer practical, emotional and financial help and also include stress-relieving, nurturing breaks at their therapeutic centre Daisy Lodge in County Down. Unfortunately, the overwhelming need has the centre operating at full capacity and created a long wait list for families.

This fundraising program will bring Daisy Lodge Connacht to the west of Ireland. This worthy project is supported by prominent Irish citizens such as professional golfer Rory McIlroy and will be attended by over 300 people including Paul Harrington, Bobby Kerr, Holly Carpenter and Eddie Irvine.

“HealthBeacon is delighted to be sponsoring this great event and worthy cause. The Cancer Fund for Children has ambitious plans for their new therapeutic centre in Mayo. This site will be entirely dedicated to support children and their families that have been diagnosed with cancer.” Jim Joyce, CEO HealthBeacon

For more information on the project, please see https://cancerfundforchildren.com/event/great-gatsby-gala-ball/