Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland (Galway Area) donates €1,365 to Galway Hospice

Widows Group (Copy)Sincere thanks to the Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland (Galway Area) who recently donated €1,365 in support of Galway Hospice. Following the conclusion of the society’s 31 years of service last December, it was decided that a donation would be made to Galway Hospice, as well as to Cancer Care West and Croí.

Galway Hospice depends hugely on voluntary contributions to ensure the delivery of essential specialist palliative care services and so, the support of groups like the Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland (Galway Area) is greatly appreciated. Galway Hospice would like to congratulate the society’s members on  31 years of service and wish everyone good luck into the future.

Pictured at the cheque presentation at Galway Hospice  are (l-r): Patricia Conlon (Treasurer, Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland (Galway Area), John O’Brien (Chairperson,Widowed Persons Benevolent Society of Ireland (Galway Area) and Mary Nash (CEO, Galway Hospice).


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