Mario Urges Everyone to Participate in Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice 2016
Mario Rosenstock invites you to get on board for Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice together with Bewley’s on Thursday 15th September. People will share a cup of Bewley’s coffee to support their local hospice and their vital work caring for people in their local communities nationwide.
Mario and other well-known personalities are backing the 24th Hospice campaign including Davy Fitzgerald, Brendan and Domhnall Gleeson, Imelda May, Gabriel Byrne, Baz and Nancy Ashmawy and Eamonn Coughlan. Approximately €32m have been raised to date in previous editions of the event.
Mario Rosenstock said, “To continue giving this care, hospice services across the country need vital funds and Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice is the one day when everyone can get involved and help them to do just that. Whether you host a coffee morning of your own or visit a local coffee morning to enjoy a Bewley’s coffee, your support is key as every cup counts”.
Money raised from Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice will go towards essential services such as homecare nurses, new equipment and development of new hospice care facilities.
Mark Saunders, Brand Director with Bewley’s said “Bewley’s has been very proud to support as sole sponsor since our very first cup of coffee was poured for Hospice over two decades ago. This unique bond has gone from strength to strength with over €32 million raised for hospice care nationwide to date, that’s over 16 million cups of coffee. But we need many more cups of coffee to be brewed for Hospice so we are asking everybody to come together On Thursday 15th September, have a cup of Bewley’s coffee and raise much needed funds for this vital cause.”
To host a cost morning, register at hospicecoffeemorning.ie to receive your free coffee pack of Bewley’s fresh ground coffee. You can also contact your local hospice by calling 1890 717 000. Alternatively you can go along to any nearby coffee morning for your local hospice.