Appeals and Events
2022 Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge
Fundraise for St James’s
We are so grateful to our incredible supporters who walk, run, cycle, sing, bake or shave their heads to raise funds for St James’s Hospital… Will you take on a challenge in 2022 and help support us? Remember, all money you raise will help the world class research, treatment and care that St James’s Hospital provides to our patients.
Kia Rio Car Raffle
Congratulations to Patrick Buckley, WINNER of our Kia Rio Car Raffle. Thanks so much to Londis Griffin’s and Cuisine de France for donating the car and Kia Liffey Valley for supplying it.
Will you help us to care for our homeless & vulnerable patients this Winter?
This year, our Inclusion Health team through COVID-19, has seen an increased need to provide comfort items to homeless and vulnerable patients. Please support our appeal and keep someone warm this winter.
Did you know that there are over 40,000 people diagnosed with Cancer in Ireland each year? It is a massive number but behind each of these numbers is someone’s mother, father, sister or brother living with cancer. JOIN US IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER and help us raise funds for Ireland’s first Chemotherapy Compounding Robot.
Donal Hollywood Family Room
We recently officially opened our new Donal Hollywood Family Room here at St James’s Hospital. Our sincere thanks to everyone who contributed and worked on making this room a reality, particularly the Conlan and Gannon families whose fundraisers made this family room possible.
Leaving a gift in your will
You can help shape and protect the future of your family, friends and community, by leaving a gift in your will to St. James’s Hospital. Every gift makes a difference to the treatment of our patients. You can find out more on our legacy information page:
St James’s Hospital Foundation remains fully operational
However, in response to Covid 19, St James’s Hospital Foundation offices have relocated until further notice. Foundation Staff are now working remotely. If you wish to contact the Foundation, please find details in the link below.
Family raise €3772 in memory of Dad