St Francis Hospice releases new garden shuck

St Francis Hospice, Raheny lately introduced a brand-new outdoor yard vessel for use by clients as well as their families, writes Amy Rohu.

The brand-new garden covering gives a comfy, quiet space located in the centre of the polished yard in the grounds of the Raheny Hospice. The vessel was moneyed by Aviva Ireland alongside an added money to sustain the financing of social treatment hours for family members who require grief support.

Fintan Fagan, Chief Executive Officer of St Francis Hospice Dublin claimed: “We are pleased to have the capsule readily available to clients as well as their family members in our Raheny Hospice. The yards are a really essential space within St Francis Hospice, offering a silent space for patients to enjoy. The pod will be specifically welcome as a room that permits friends and families to visit with ease and afford even more convenience throughout the chillier months, and also as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, additionally using clients a chance to take pleasure in the attractive environments.”

On the day of the yard covering launch, participants of Aviva’s IT team volunteered a day of their time to spruce up the yards of St Francis Hospice Raheny. They also grew daffodil bulbs which will give a ruptured of colour as well as beauty each springtime. For the last two years, Aviva has actually partnered with St Francis Hospice Dublin raising EUR120,000 during this moment.

Talking at the opening of the garden, Brian O’Neill, Head of Communication as well as CSR at Aviva Ireland stated: “We are really happy to support our charity companion with what is efficiently a new yard space where individuals, families and the social care group can work together in this beautiful setting.

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