The community of Cranford pulled out all the stops on Sunday 25th last to raise much needed funds for Cancer Care West, the charity which funds Inis Aoibhinn a 33 bedroom residence in Galway where cancer patients can stay for the duration of their treatment.
The residential, long term accommodation and psychological support services are provided free of charge to those who need this invaluable sevice with many from Donegal availing of this great facility.
It was a family fun packed day plus a charity auction where everything from sheep to cuddly toys was sponsored and sold, all in aid of Cancer Care West.
Grainne Mc Gettigan the Regional Fundraiser for Cancer Care West said, “ I would like to thank everyone for their generosity and tremendous support. A presentation night will take place in Logues on Sat. 22nd Oct. so hopefully many can make it along.
“I would also like to say a huge thanks to the organisers who spearheaded the event David Hunter, Jennifer Hunter and Patrick Duffy and also to Kevin Logue of Logues of Cranford for the use of his premises and Old Forge which added greatly to the event.
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