Recovery Haven And Enable Ireland Receive Over €22,000 From HSF

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From left; Kay Madden and Paul Jackson of the Hospital Saturday Fund present a cheque for €10,000 to representatives from Recovery Haven, including Dermot Crowley, Maureen O’Brien, Jacinta Bradley, Marian Barnes, Philomena Stack and Kenneth Reynolds. Photo by Dermot Crean

TWO Kerry organisations received over €22,000 between them thanks to the Hospital Saturday Fund.

Recovery Haven Kerry and Enable Ireland Kerry were delighted to be chosen as recipients of grant aid from the Hospital Saturday Fund which is a registered charity operating since 1873, who provide funding to registered Health Charities in Ireland and the UK

Paul Jackson and Kay Madden representing the Hospital Saturday Fund visited Tralee from the UK and presented a cheque of €10,000 to Recovery Haven Kerry at their premises in Haigs Terrace, Tralee.  At the same event they presented a cheque for €12,400 to Enable Ireland Kerry Services.

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Recovery Haven Kerry said they could not survive without the vital funds received from individuals and organisations such as the Hospital Saturday Fund.

Kay Madden (left) and Paul Jackson (right) of the Hospital Saturday Fund, present a cheque to Sean Scally of Enable Ireland Kerry Services. Also pictured, at back, is Paula Henry of Enable Ireland Kerry. Photo by Dermot Crean

Sean Scally from Enable Ireland said; “We are delighted to receive funding from the Saturday Fund. This money will be used to enhance the hydrotherapy pool service we offer to adults with disabilities in Co Kerry.”

The Hospital Saturday Fund is a registered charity whose aims are to provide assistance through its charitable funds for registered health charities such as hospitals, hospices, medical organisations who are in need of grants for medical projects, care, research or support of medical training and also individuals with a medical condition or disability who would benefit from assistance with the purchase of specialised equipment or from practical forms of treatment.

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