Our Coffee Morning in Aid of The Irish Hospice Foundation

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Today we held a coffee morning to help raise funds for The Irish Hospice Foundation.

All the tasty treats, that were so beautifully displayed, were baked by the wonderful staff and participants of the Kitchen and Independent Living Skills Module.

It was a great success. We raised a grand total of  €180 for our local the local St. Francis Hospice.

“The cakes were exquisite and scrumdiddlyumptious!!! I particularly liked the banana bread.” – Marian O’Sullivan

“It was lovely. The way that the cakes were displayed was very nice. It felt good to help people who are sick.” – Josie Smith

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DSC_0048DSC_0008The black berries and apples, that we picked yesterday, were put to great use.

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Well done everyone!!!!

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If you are interested in making your own Banana and Walnut bread, just follow the link below. This will bring you to the Odlums website, where you will find the recipe we used.

Odlums Banana & Walnut Bread Recipe

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The Irish Hospice Foundation, which was set up in 1986,  receive no funding from the government and rely on fundraising to continue their tremendous work. The staff of these hospices care for people that are in the final stages of life either in a hospice or in their own homes and offer great support to the families of these patients.

© 2014 HSE/EVE

About HSE EVE Estuary

HSE EVE Estuary Centre is part of Eastern Vocational Enterprise (EVE) and is a training centre for individuals with intellectual disabilities based in Lissenhall, Swords, HSE Dublin North East. We provide a quality service to sixty four individuals.

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