A recent bake-off in Ballyfermot in aid of Temple Street and Our Lady’s Hospital on Saturday saw a great turn-out from the local community, raising €1,000 for the charities.
For many years the Great Irish Bake has raised some much-needed dough for sick children in CHl at Temple Street.
Speaking to the Dublin Gazette, Betty Kavanagh said that the bake-off in Ballyfermot was a great success. “It was a great day, the sun was shining, and we raised €1,000 for sick children as part of the Great Irish Bake with the money going to Temple Street and Our Lady’s. There was lots of cake and bread, people were delighted come out and see each other,” said Betty.
This year, for the first time, Children’s Health Foundation’s Great Irish Bake campaign will be raising funds to support sick children in CHI at Temple Street and Crumlin. Donations raised will help even more children across Ireland to get the great care they need.
This equipment ensures that the hospitals continue to have state-of-the-art equipment for operations, pain and fluid pumps that provide medication and comfort during a child’s stay in hospital, lab equipment that provide fast test results and diagnoses, multi-sensory equipment that creates a warm, engaging and child-centred environment and so much more.
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