As we cannot host our Annual Business lunch, we have decided to run a Donations Raffle, any amount will get you a ticket. All donations will get access to the draw and will be so gratefully appreciated by every cancer patient and their families requiring the services of the Daffodil Day Nurses.
1. Post a cheque to
Ms Maeve Smith, Smiths Garage North Road Drogheda, make it payable to "Drogheda Daffodil Lunch",
2. By bank transfer: please put your business or your own name as a reference
Bank of Ireland Laurence Street Drogheda
Account No. 2933 175
Sort code 90 -33-22
Bic no: BOFIIE2D
IBAN No. IE70BOFI 90332229331751
Please also provide us with the name and address for the raffle ticket and acknowledgment receipt.
By 2022, 1 in 2 of us will receive a cancer diagnosis in our lifetime. With the help of your donations, The Irish Cancer Society is working to stop this. By investing in cancer research and providing care and support to people affected by cancer, the Irish Cancer Society is stopping cancer in its tracks. Thanks to investments in cancer research, more people are surviving cancer today than ever before. Through research we are finding out more and more about how to diagnose, treat and how to stop cancer before its starts. By providing information, advice and support we are supporting people through their cancer experience and helping to reduce the fear of a cancer diagnosis.
Throughout the pandemic the Irish Cancer Society has continued to provide vital services and support to people affected by cancer to ensure nobody has to go through cancer alone. Because of the additional anxieties a cancer diagnosis during Covid-19 brings, cancer patients need your support more than ever before.
The Society’s Night Nursing service has seen an increase in requests for assistance, as more and more people are wanting to die at home. Their Volunteer Driver Service has continued to transport cancer patients to and from their chemotherapy sessions, and their dedicated Cancer Support Line on freephone: 1800 200 700 continues to provide confidential advice and information to patients, survivors, and family members seeking support and a listening ear.