Church door collections in aid of St. Vincent de Paul Society will take place at all Masses on this coming weekend 7th & 8th Dec. 2019 (Sat. night and Sun. morning) outside Churches in Millstreet, Ballydaly, Cullen, Derrinagree, Dromagh and Kilcorney. Your generous support for such a praiseworthy cause is greatly appreciated. We thank Mona for the alert. (S.R.)
If you are in need of help from St. Vincent de Paul in the Millstreet or surrounding areas, please ring (087) 9597900
St. Patrick’s Conference of St. Vincent de Paul sincerely wish to thank those who contributed to our annual collection. The sum of €6,606.61 was realised comprised of Church door collections at Millstreet, Ballydaly, Cullen, Dromagh, Derrinagree, & Kilcorney, as well as private donations. These monies will be utilised for the alleviation of hardship locally.
If you or someone you know requires assistance please contact 087 9597900 or the Parish Office.
Even in an improving economy, it can still take just one small problem to tip someone into crisis and poverty. But we know that a little help at the right time can change everything. This Christmas, over 140,000 people in communities across the country will ask St. Vincent de Paul for help with food, fuel and basic clothing. Some of these are in our community.
Please support the SVP Annual Appeal this weekend at the Church Door collections in Millstreet, Ballydaly, Cullen, Derrinagree, Dromagh, and Kilcorney at all Masses. Your help can last a lifetime. [SVP]
The Transition Year Graduation took place in Millstreet Community School on Tuesday 12th May 2015. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Jack Fitzgerald with students playing an active part in much of the liturgy. Afterwards Mr. Derry Sheehan (Managing Director of Avonmore Electrical) presented a folder containing certificates to every student acknowledging their achievements during the year. Cheques for €500 were then presented to representives from SVP Millstreet and Cork Penny Dinners. This money came from the proceeds of the recent Fashion Show. The €730 cheque for Trocaire was raised by the students through participation in the 24 hour fast during Lent. More photos below: [read more …] “A very successful Transition Year Graduation at Millstreet Community School”
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul wish to thank all who contributed so generously to our Church gate collections in Ballydaly, Cullen, Derinagree, Dromagh, Kilcorney and Millstreet – and those who supported us in so many ways in 2014. Our Society provides discreet and confidential support to those in need. If you, or anyone in the Community you may be aware of, require assistance please contact our Society at 0879597900. We thank the Millstreet Branch of St. Vincent de Paul for this notice. (S.R.)
present the three-act drama
The Destiny of Fools
8:30pm on Sunday 12th January at
the Glen Theatre, Banteer
All proceeds in aid of Millstreet St Vincent de Paul Association
‘The Destiny of Fools’.Written by Mitchelstown man, Michael Dennehy, this play tells the story of publicans, Timmy and Kate O’Grady and the upheaval caused by the return of their wayward daughter [read more …] “‘Destiny of Fools’ in aid of Millstreet St. Vincent de Paul”
On Tuesday night, 17th December 2013 Kilcorney N.S. held their annual Christmas Nativity. During the performance they held a collection for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. A monetary donation and selection boxes were donated by the community to Angela Bourke (a local St. Vincent de Paul representative).
The photos above show the pupils of Kilcorney N.S., and Evan Murphy presenting Angela with the monetary donation. With thanks to Kilcorney NS for sharing this article.
A Bunk Beds Frame or two single bases is required by the Millstreet Branch of St. Vincent de Paul. Such help would be greatly appreciated. The contact number is 087 959 7900. Sincere thanks.
Chairperson of Millstreet Macra James Kelleher presenting the proceeds from there very successful Race Night to Members of the Local St.Vincent de Paul, Monday night last, September 24th. Total raised for them on the night was €800. Once again the Members of Millstreet Macra would like to thank everyone who supported the night and helped make it the success that it was!
(pic. Seán Radley)