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We Welcome Paula O’Reilly as New CEO

IHF Welcomes new CEO Paula O'Reilly

We are proud to welcome Paula O’Reilly as new CEO, starting mid-December. Paula has over 15 years’ experience working in a variety of Irish and International private, public healthcare and charitable organisations. In previous roles, Paula has worked in occupational therapy and mental health services. She was CEO of Cheeverstown House for 3 years before […]

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We welcome Amilah Ali and Dr Tony Holohan to Our Board

new board members

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Ms Amilah Ali and Dr Tony Holohan to our Board of Non-Executive Directors. Amilah Amilah works in the community Welfare/Youth Department of the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland in Clonskeagh. She has a degree in biochemistry and a Masters in Biomedical Diagnostics. In previous roles, Amilah has trained […]

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Rest in Peace Ellie Madden

ellie madden RIP

Today we pay tribute to the late Ellie Madden, who died peacefully yesterday. Ellie co-chaired our Special Events Group and was an active member of it since its formation in 2013. All of us here at IHF are so grateful for her years of amazing fundraising and friendship. Our Directors, staff and fellow committee members that had the […]

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IHF Statement

Irish Hospice Foundation welcomes the publication of the HSE audit findings. We value the process as a means of improving our ways of working and have previously confirmed to the HSE that all recommendations have been implemented. […]

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Martin King Launches Camino 2022

camino de santiago autumn 2022

Martin King, a much-loved star of TV, radio and weather forecasting face on TV wants people to make every step count for end-of-life care this October by walking the Camino to raise vital funds for the work of Irish Hospice Foundation. This year marks the first IHF Camino walk in three years following two years […]

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IHF Welcomes Publication of the Dying and Death in Ireland Report

death and dying

We, Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF), welcome the publication of the ‘Dying and Death in Ireland: what do we routinely measure, how can we improve?’ report. The report contains findings from a study conducted by researchers in Trinity College Dublin about how and where people died in Ireland between 2013 and 2018. It also reports on the type and quality […]

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