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Christmas Memorial Tree Testimonials


Testimonials for the Memorial Tree

Alzheimer’s Society Drogheda:

The monies received from Drogheda Rotary Club were used for the day to day running of the Day Care Centre. At which meals are provided for clients & respite for carers.

The donation was particularly appreciated as the HSE had reduced their funding to the Society.

Ann Short (Treasurer)

St Vincent de Paul:

Again we must publicly thank Drogheda Rotary Club for their continued support and the fact that the society will be one of the recipients/beneficiaries of the Memorial Tree Project. All the monies donated are spent locally and immediately, particularly around Xmas time, when the demands of the Society are at its greatest.

There is a special focus on children & the elderly.

Billy Gavin (President)

Drogheda Women's & Children's Refuge

Drogheda Women's & Children's Refuge provide safe accommodation and support for families fleeing violence in their own home.

The Rotary club of Drogheda through their kind donations and constant support have enabled us to provide presents for children staying in the refuge at Christmas time and those who have recently been resettled.

The donations have also helped us to provide essential items to children and families staying in the refuge that are not covered by our statutory funding for example: Toothbrushes, Underwear and socks, Hair brushes and combs, Soap and shampoo, Baby food, Milk and nappies.

The support from the Rotary club has been vital to the refuge and our clients. The public acknowledgement by the Rotary Club of our work has enabled more people suffering from abuse to come forward and access our services. We can never thank them enough.

Thank you

Theresa Wood

Drogheda Womens & Children's Refuge Centre

Drogheda Hospice Homecare Movement

The support we have received from Drogheda Rotary Club is really appreciated from both staff & patients. In particular, it has meant that we can pay for specialised medical equipment for use in the patient’s home, such as hospital beds, mattresses & mobile aids, which our palliative care nurses request from time to time.

Our most popular & rewarding activity, is the transport provided door to door by our team of volunteer drivers. These volunteers bring patients (mainly cancer patients but also patients with terminal illnesses) for day treatments in both Dublin and local hospitals.

Once again, thank you & keep up the good work.

Theresa Kilkenny

Drogheda Hospice Homecare Movement

Irish kidneyAssociation

Dear Donagh,

As the end of the year draws near I wish to again thank you and the Drogheda Rotary Club,for the donation to the Irish Kidney Association during the past twelve months.

You may not be aware that there are =

280000 people in Ireland with chronic kidney disease, and most are not aware of it.

180000 of these have an advanced form of the disease.

1500 people are on Dialysis

All moneys raised during the year go directly back into maintaining and developing services to enable the I.K.A. to carry out the following functions, =

(1) Offer nationwide patient aid.

(2) Organise donor awareness campaigns.

(3) Provide patient counselling for patients and families.

(4) Manage our 10 bed Transplant and Renal Support centre @ Beaumont Hospital.

(5) Provide Holiday/Respite care for patients.

All donations received locally this year by the Louth/Meath Branch have gone directly into helping local patients throughout the year, or by giving some help at Christmas.

Thank you and the Drogheda Rotary Club again for the financial help which is greatly appreciated by our Branch. God Bless you all.

The Loakers, Blackrock, Co. Louth 042-9326641

(Thomas Geary)


Louth/Meath Br. I.K.A.

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