Charity night @ the Races 2017
The annual O Hanlon & Farrell charity night helped raise over £5,000 for Marie Curie and Southern Area Hospice.
Marie Curie provide care and support for around 4,000 people living with a terminal illness, their carers and loved ones in Northern Ireland each year. There are more than 190 Marie Curie Nurses working in Northern Ireland, caring for around 3,250 terminally ill people and their families in their homes each year. Thanks to the generosity of supporters, their services are offered free of charge to people with any terminal illness. Marie Curie need to raise over £3.5 million a year to fund hospices and nursing care in Northern Ireland.
Southern Area Hospice Services provide invaluable care and support to patients with life limiting illnesses including Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, HIV and Aids. This high-quality care extends beyond the Hospice into the community and the hospital services. Its aim is to enhance the quality of life for patients by responding to the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and social needs and supporting families and carers, thus enabling each person to live every day to the full.