Four paramedics at the National Ambulance Service Base in Millstreet, have in the interest of safety, hygiene, desperation and a little touch of madness to shave their heads for charity in the near future.
They would appreciate any sponsorship and donations with gratitude to help their four nominated charities: The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Marymount Hospice, Cork Penny Dinners, and Crumlin Children’s Hospital. Donations can be made on their Go Fund Me page.
— Pat (@lorcain1) May 6, 2020
— Pat (@lorcain1) April 9, 2020
“Four of us Paramedics at the National Ambulance Service Base in Millstreet, Co. Cork have decided in the interest of safety, hygiene, desperation and a little touch of madness to shave our heads for charity. This is something we feel can create a little bit of goodwill, positivity and fun in the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic crisis. Even though it is tough going on front-line services at the moment we have a lot to be thankful for and there is always someone worse off than ourselves. We nominated one charity each that is special to us and we will divide the proceeds to each charity equally. We plan on “Braving the Shave” on the evening of Wednesday the 6th of May live at Millstreet Ambulance Base. We would appreciate any sponsorship and donations with gratitude to help us in our goal to raise as much funds as possible for these very worthwhile charities. Thanks a million.
The four charities we have chosen to donate to are,
• The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind
• Marymount Hospice
• Cork Penny Dinners
• Crumlin Children’s Hospital
Pat Larkin, Peter Madarasz, Padraig Healy and Domhnall Mac Aodha” 
— KEN TOBIN #WashYourHands (@KENNYTCORK) April 9, 2020