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Donation of Bird Boxes to Sligo University Hospital

Ballyshannon Men’s Shed has kindly donated bird boxes to be placed in suitable locations around Sligo University Hospital, for the enjoyment of both patients and staff.

The hospital is a participant in An Taisce’s Green-Campus Programme which aims to foster environmental awareness in everyday activities while also enhancing sustainability under a number of themes such as energy, litter/waste and biodiversity.

Cheque presentation to Staff at University Hospital Galway

Ms Carmel Diver and Mrs Agnes Diver from Milford, County Donegal, presented a cheque for €3,000 to Ms Catherine Dowling, Consultant Urological Surgeon at University Hospital Galway in memory of their father and husband John Diver who had been a patient at the hospital under the care of Ms Dowling.

The money was raised through a charity clay pigeon shoot organised by Mulroy Clay Pigeon club in Milford; John founded and ran the club very successfully until he got sick. 

Donation to MUH Special Care Baby Unit

Donation to MUH Special Care Baby Unit

Pictured in Mayo University Hospital, Darragh McAndrew O’Connor, making a presentation of a cheque on behalf of his parents, Carmel and Nathan, from Belmullet.  Darragh spent some time in the Special Care Baby Unit seven years ago and his grateful parents wanted to make a donation as a thank you to the hospital. Front l-r; Sophie O’Connor, Carmel McAndrew, Joan Falsey, Clinical Nurse Manager, Darragh O’Connor.

Cheque presentation to Roscommon University Hospital

Cheque presentation to Roscommon University Hospital

Mr. Vincent Pierse on behalf of St. Dominic's GAA club recently presented the sum of €1,918 to Roscommon University Hospital Patient Comfort Fund. The monies raised were from the Alan Gately Memorial Tournament held last October from the club's annual Hurling and Camogie blitz.