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Trinity students MED Day supports St. James’s once again

October 25, 2013

Trinity Med Day will take place on Friday, November 1st and the students of the college’s medical school will take to the streets to pick the pockets of Dubliners in the good cause of their teaching hospitals. Two of the beneficiaries of the students’ annual collection will be the cancer service at St. James’s and
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Roscommon donation for The National Burns Unit

September 25, 2013

The community of Lisacul in Ballaghadereen have donated €22,500 to The National Burns Unit at St. James’s Hospital. The fundraising organisers, led by Martin Tynan and his family of Kiltymaine, Lisacul, presented a cheque to Odhran Shelley, Consultant Surgeon and Director of The National Burns Unit, at The Village Inn in Loughglynn on June 1st.
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Liberties Fun Run 2013 – Thank you!

July 25, 2013

For the third year in a row the St. James’s Hospital Liberties Fun Run was won by Seán Hehir (17:55), while the women’s category was won by first-time entrant Orla Drumm (20:27). Official Liberties Fun Run Results 2013 The fifth annual tour of the Liberties took place on Thursday, July 18th and it was a
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The women’s mini marathon 2013

June 25, 2013

The 2013 Women’s Mini Marathon took place on Bank Holiday Monday, June 3rd and 300 participants took part on behalf of St. James’s Hospital on another beautiful mini marathon day. As temperatures soared, The O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel most generously threw open their doors to provide a before and after gathering place for happy St.
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Mount Sackville Halloween Bake Sale

Helen Nolan, Nurse Manager of The National Burns Unit, and Sandra Brady, Clinical Nutrition Manager at St. James’s Hospital, were delighted to receive a visit from fifth year Mount Sackville student, Katie Murphy. On behalf of her classmates, Katie brought with her a gift of €448 – representing the proceeds of their recent Halloween bake
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Carrantuohill expedition

June 24, 2013

Joe Howell and family and friends have donated €6,400 to St. James’s Hospital. The donation represents funds raised in connection with an expedition to the top of Carrantuohill during the glorious days of last June. Members of the intrepid team of 16 included Joe himself, his niece Niamh Brophy, his nephew John Brophy, his sons Christopher
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Hell and Back donation exceeds €2700

A group of fundraisers who took part in a Hell & Back event have donated more than €2,700 to the hospital’s Stroke Service. Anthony Carroll, who works at Our Lady’s Hospice in Harold’s Cross, contacted the Foundation office following the death of his brother in early 2013; his brother had been a patient at St.
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Trinity College students’ donation to the Emergency Department

March 25, 2013

Health Day 2013 took place on Wednesday, February 20th; organised by students from across the Health Sciences Faculty in Trinity College, the day involved a range of activities that included a bucket collection that resulted in their making a donation of €1,600 for the benefit of the Emergency Department. Students from nursing, medicine, physiotherapy, pharmacy,
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Birthday gift donation from Offaly

St. James’s Hospital is most grateful to have received a gift of almost €6,000 from Mrs Pauline O’Connor from Coolderry in Offaly. It represents gifts given to St. James’s in lieu of birthday gifts for Pauline, who celebrated her 60th birthday with family and friends in February this year. Pauline and her husband Gerry and
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Music and Song at Dunboyne fundraiser

February 25, 2013

Paddy Doolin has presented a cheque for €3,800 to St. James’s Hospital. The donation represents funds raised at a night of glorious music and song held at O’Dwyer’s Pub in Dunboyne at which the Dublin City Ramblers, Railway Paddy and The Freddy O’Connor Trio performed to a rapturous applause. All services and prizes in connection
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