Coffee Morning in Kilcorney Social Centre on Sunday, 11 November,
straight after mass. Raising much needed funds for DAWG Cork, a rescue
that takes abandoned and injured dogs into their care, fosters and
rehomes them. I am a volunteer with DAWG and would like to help in this
small way to make a difference. Would be great to see you there and
enjoy coffee, cake and a chat! Christine Eichbaum, Donoure, Kilcorney
Eileen Broxton and the Casey family would like to thank everyone that attended the coffee morning and those that could not attend and made a donation. A total of €3,196 was raised in aid of Irish Motor Neurone Disease. Thank you all again! — feeling proud. 
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The Millstreet Community School TY Development Education group would like to thank everyone who came along to the coffee morning on 9th March to mark International Women’s Day. It proved to be a great opportunity to chat over a cup of tea/coffee and buns baked by the students about what life was like for women in Ireland over the years up to the present day. All agreed that it would be great if this type of gathering happened more often. (photo – Helen Moore)
Con and Nono O’Connor presenting a cheque of €2465.10 (the proceeds of the coffee morning held at their home on Saturday 12th August) to Marymount Hospice. Con and Nono would like to thank everybody who contributed so generously.
Mary Buckley of Laught, Rathcoole, will be holding a Tea/Coffee Day again this year on the 1st May (Monday) from 10am until 6pm in her home. The proceeds of the day will go to the Mercy Hospital Foundation. Kettle on the boil all day long and plenty of home-baking.
All Welcome. Hope to see ye all there.
[read more …] “Tea / Coffee Day in Rathcoole”
The Annual Daffodil Coffee Morning (coordinated by Mary Fitzgerald & dedicated Supporters) will take place in Millstreet G.A.A. Community Hall this Thursday, 23rd March 2017 from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.. All are very welcome to this important and praiseworthy fundraising event. (S.R.)
Gardaí at Millstreet Garda Station would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people of Millstreet and the surrounding areas for their overwhelming generosity at the Annual Coffee Morning in aid of Marymount Hospice, which took place on the 15th of November 2016. The total amount raised was €1,550.
Thanks to Sean Radley for advertising this fundraiser which is a cause close to everybody’s heart.
More of Seán’s photos from the day can be seen here.
The Annual Coffee Morning coordinated by Mary Fitzgerald for Daffodil Day in March 2016 amounted to a wonderfully impressive €1,170.00. Sincere thanks to everyone who made this important event such a great success. (S.R.)
The Daffodil Day Coffee Morning
which was scheduled for this Thursday has been moved forward a day to tomorrow
Wesnesday (9th March) from 9:30am to 12:30pm, in Millstreet GAA Community Hall.
(with thanks to Mary for this notice)
Coffee Morning in Aid of the Friends of Marymount Hospice
Aubane Community Centre
Saturday 22 August from 10am-1pm
Donations of baking appreciated
Proceeds go to Marymount hospice. This event is organised by Mairead Kelleher & John F Kelleher. [read more …] “Coffee Morning in Aid of the Friends of Marymount Hospice”
Cake sale & coffee morning /evening in aid of Brú Colombanus at Sugar Café & Restaurant Rathmore On Tuesday 11th of August from 9am to 12pm and 6pm to 8pm.
We are fundraising for Bru columbanus, to show our support for our colleague Katie Cremin. Brú Colombanus is an independent charity that provides “home from home” accommodation for relatives of seriously ill patients. It allows the Cremin family to be there with Katie and provide that friendly smile when ever she needs it.
All donations and baking welcome at any time. For any queries please contact Tonya directly on 087 7637646 or Sugar Cafe on 064 7761822.
Please show your support for this worthy cause and enjoy a coffee and a chat.
Patricia Guerin who recently coordinated a very successful Coffee Morning for three very worthy causes – Church Restoration Fund, COPE Foundation and Millstreet Day Care Centre – would like to thank most sincerely all those who helped, those who baked for the occasion and those who provided baking as well as the very many people who attended the very enjoyable and social event in Millstreet GAA Community Hall. The amount collected to date has reached €1,055.00. Patricia is very appreciative of such splendid support and had indicated that Mass will be offered for the intentions of All. (S.R.)