Appeals and Events
St James’s Day
St James’s Day, our annual fundraiser, takes place on 25 July 2021 and this year we are raising vital funds in the FIGHT AGAINST CANCER. Find out more, read our patient stories and donate at www.stjamesday.ie
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.
Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge
Proceeds from the 2021 Wicklow Mountains Cycle Challenge will be used to help purchase a Chemotherapy Robot which will be the first of its kind in Ireland. The event takes place on Saturday 18th September 2021 and starts and finishes in the stunning grounds of Russborough House, Blessington, Co Wicklow and participants have 2 routes to choose from.
2021 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon
This year’s Women’s Mini Marathon is going virtual again. Enter today and walk, jog or run 10k on 19th September 2021! More than ever, St James’s Hospital needs your support. Will you be joining us this year?
2021 Liberties Fun Run
It’s back! At 7:30pm on Wednesday, 1st September, we will celebrate the 13th annual Liberties Fun Run, this year in aid of our Chemotherapy Robot Cancer Appeal St James’s Hospital. This unique 4 mile timed road race takes participants through the heart of old Dublin Starting & finishing in Royal Hospital Kilmainham.
Car Raffle Winner!
Congratulations to Annette Leahy who was the winner of the Kia Rio car raffle drawn on March 31st 2020. Thanks to Londis Griffin’s and Cuisine de France for donating the car and Kia Liffey Valley for supplying it.
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 Staff Virtual Choir
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.