St. Hilda’s Services are delighted to be invited to be part of the Arcadia 5KFOR50K. This is a series of five 5K family events aiming to raise €50,000 for local charities including St. Hilda’s Services. The events are virtual so you can run, walk or cycle around your own area, at home, any where in the world.
St. Hilda’s Services is one of the focus charities for Stage 1 of the series on the 17th/18th July and your support is appreciated.
There are no race entry fees. To support the charities simply donate at gofundme.com/f/arcadia-5kfor50k. 100% of all funds raised will go to charity. A €10 donation gives €1 to each local charity. Arcadia, as sponsors, will add €10,000 to the pot once donations reach €50,000.
Follow the Facebook page (facebook.com/arcadiaathlone) for 5KFOR50K event updates where you can upload photos of your 5k. Sports clubs, running clubs and other organisations can also take part and enter their race times online. Good Luck to everyone!
“Positive Pegs started out with one main aim – to make the community smile a little more during the unsettling time we found ourselves in.The little project grew wings.Kindness, creativity, fun & community spirit blossomed. ” Jane Walsh, creator of Positive Pegs.
Over the past months Positive Pegs appeared around Coosan and has brightened up the lives of those in the community. Positive Pegs creator Jane Walsh (The Button Studio) has kindly organised a fundraising event in aid of St. Hilda’s, “My last wish at the helm of the Positive Peg Train is to try to give back a little to a very special LOCAL cause”. St. Hilda’s Services are delighted to be a part of the Positive Peg story.
The HSE and Department of Health have produced an Easy Read version of the Public Information Guide on Covid 19 (Coronavirus).
The Easy Read version will help those who sometimes find content
hard to read, understand or act on. Staff working with vulnerable groups such
as some, people with an intellectual disability, members of the Travelling
community, homeless people or asylum seekers can order copies and share them
with your service users by whatever possible means.
Ireland remains in an containment phase of the COVID-19 Coronavirus which means that actions are being taken to prevent and limit the spread of COVID-19. The approach which has been taken to date in Ireland is in line with guidance from the WHO and ECDC (European Centre for Disease Control).
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