Dublin Live's festive fundraiser #JumpersForJoy
The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation (CMRF), which is the principal fundraising body of Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin, received a late Christmas present thanks to our Dublin Live Christmas #JumpersForJoy fundraiser.
Who doesn't love a Christmas jumper over the festive period? So we gifted our agency partners specially made Dublin Live Christmas jumpers and asked them share their pics on social media platforms using the hashtag #JumpersForJoy.
Every social post meant €2 raised for Crumlin Children's Hospital and as Christmas is the season of giving and all that, there was a Christmas present in it for the best entry - which was €1,000 towards the winning agency's Christmas work do!
Day after day CMRF do whatever it takes to deliver extraordinary care, transformative treatment, early diagnosis, cutting-edge technology, support and hope to Ireland’s sickest children and their families.
With only 3% of medical research funding being spent on children, support for CMRF Crumlin is crucial to finding better treatments for sick children.
Thanks to our amazingly supportive clients, we matched the total amount they raised to reach the final total of...
Dublin Live is a website that is all about and for Dublin, many of our staff are from Dublin and as Crumlin Children’s Hospital is Dublin-based, we wanted to give back to the community our platform serves and in which we live and work.
CMRF is dedicated to working to improve the quality of life of sick children all over Ireland, not just Dublin, and we are proud to be able to support them.
Receiving the donation, Sarah Joyce, Head of Corporate Partnerships commented: “Every year, on average 150,000 children and their families visit Crumlin Children’s Hospital from across the length and breadth of Ireland.
“Thanks to supporters like Dublin Live, CMRF Crumlin can support Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital so they can deliver the best possible treatments and facilities to their patients and also ensure that vital research into childhood conditions is funded with our partners the National Children’s Research Centre which is the only dedicated paediatric centre in the county."