West Dublin team raises €440,000 for Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street

by Rachel Cunningham
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Rachel Cunningham 

The West Dublin team in Damastown has raised a significant €440,000 for Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street, to fund a range of vital services and cutting-edge equipment that save children’s lives every day.

The funds donated have gone towards dialysis machines, patient monitors, a multi-purpose room in the recently opened Renal and Neurology Outpatients unit and a new booth for the Autism and Intellectual Disability Working Group. 

West Pharmaceutical Services is celebrating its 100th year anniversary in 2023, with the Dublin site also reaching 25 years of successful operations this year.

Hugh Kane, Chief Executive, Children’s Health Foundation, congratulated West on celebrating 100 years.

“Over the last ten years, they have fundraised and donated over €400,000 and the impact of these incredible donations has been seen across the hospital departments which treat sick children from all over the country,” said Mr Kane.

” With the continued kindness and generosity of partners like West, we will continue our vital work to support families, friends and patients from across Ireland on every step of their treatment journey; today, tomorrow and in the future.”

Children’s Health Foundation Temple Street has been a charity partner of West Dublin’s ‘West Without Borders’ initiative since 2012.

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