Irish Hospice Foundation Archives
Founded by Mary Redmond in 1986, the Irish Hospice Foundation began with the aim to extend availability of hospice services across the country, promote awareness of the hospice approach and develop research and education.
In its early years IHF was instrumental in raising funds for Our Lady's Hospice Dublin and in fundraising for the establishment of the second Dublin Hospice, which became St Francis Hospice in Raheny.
The Irish Hospice Foundation grew to develop programmes in education, research and bereavement services. They brought hospice principles into acute hospitals and residential care settings and worked to extend palliative care to non malignant conditions. IHF also developed a strong fundraising base with national and international fundraising projects, events and initiatives, many endorsed by some of Irelands most well known figures.
Footage from an episode of RTE's Today Tonight series addressing the need for hospice care in Ireland. The footage features interviews with Dr John…
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Letter from Vincent Kenny, Chief Executive of the Irish Hospice Foundation to Dr. Mary Redmond regarding his commercial connections in France.
A letter from Dr. Mary Redmond to the Chief Executive of the Irish Hospice Foundation to let him know about a meeting that would be taking place in…
A letter from Dr. Mary Redmond to Oona McKiernan updating her on the efforts to organise the Rare Wines Gala fundraiser and to thank her for the work…
A letter from Dr. Mary Redmond to Oona McKiernan letter her known about a meeting regarding the planned Rare Wine Gala fundraiser.
A letter from the Irish Hospice Foundation Chief Executive Vincent Kenny to the Export Director of Caves de la Reine Pedauque, Gerard Salmon. The…