2018 was a fantastic year for LauraLynn, that saw continued growth, recognition and change as well as many special moments and achievements to reflect on.
Each year in Ireland approximately 210 children under the age of 19 are diagnosed with cancer.
Coping with the loss of a child can be different for dads but the joy of sharing stories of their beloved child with people who understand can be very healing… especially if its paired with an activity or a bit of friendly competition or fun.
There was great excitement at LauraLynn on Saturday 29th June as our families gathered for our annual LauraLynn Family Fun Day!
LauraLynn’s Face-2-Face Fundraising Campaign is now underway and our fundraisers may be visiting you in the coming weeks!
Ireland AM star Alan Hughes dropped in to LauraLynn, Ireland’s only children’s hospice to launch National Children’s Hospice Week, which this year runs from 20th – 26th May.
LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice are celebrating the success of their fourth annual Heroes Ball in the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road.
LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children’s Hospice has launched a new TV campaign which appeals to the public for a direct response to our current fundraising needs.
Nicola, mum to eight-year-old Alex, one of our very special LauraLynn children, got in touch last summer to say she would be doing Hell & Back with her nursing colleagues in September 2018.
When you’re a LauraLynn children’s palliative care nurse, each day is different.