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Supporting the Voluntary Hospice Movement

The Irish Hospice Foundation works to support the voluntary hospice movement in a number of ways including:

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  •  Actively engaging in advocacy work aimed at the development of hospice and palliative care services
  • Supporting local fundraisers by coordinating two annual national fundraising events to aid the voluntary hospice movement; Sunflower Days (June) and Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning (September)
  • offering grants for the development of hospice services (subject to certain criteria) and for further education/professional development
  • offering  voluntary hospice groups advice and assistance in the setting up of bereavement support services
  • facilitating debate and action on issues relating to death dying and bereavement in Ireland
 

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Grants

As part of its mission to support the development of hospice/palliative care, the Irish Hospice Foundation operates a number of grant schemes. These grants offer development opportunities to those who provide or who work in hospice/palliative care services - and to others -  in line with the Foundation’s strategic plan. GRANT SCHEMES A-E A.  Development […] Read more >

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