Home is where the Heart is Lunch 2019

Home is where the Heart is Fundraising Lunch 2019

Home is where the Heart is Lunch 2019

8th November, 2019,
The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2.  
12.30pm.
Tickets cost €100.

Come and enjoy a lively afternoon of good food, wine and comedy in the attractive surroundings of the Grafton Suite.

Contact us for tickets:
Email: info@graceomalley.ie
Tel: 01 499 5096 

HOME a fundraising lunch to help our elderly on the margins.

Home – A lunch to support our elderly on the margins 2018

HOME a fundraising lunch to help our elderly on the margins.

The Grace O’Malley Foundation is delighted to host it’s annual fundraising lunch on November 9rd 2018, in the Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2.

Kicking off at 12.30pm with a bubbly reception, guests will then enjoy a lunch at 1pm in The Grafton Suite. Oliver Callan will provide entertainment throughout the event. All proceeds will go towards the Grace O’Malley Foundations continuing work of providing assistance to our elderly people on the margins.

Tickets are €100 a place and can be obtained by emailing info@graceomalley.ie

Table Quiz

TABLE QUIZ TO SUPPORT
OUR ELDERLY ON THE MARGINS 

 

Friday 27th April at Doheny & Nesbitt, Dublin 2

Quiz starts promptly at 7.30 PM (1 st Floor) – Raffle will also take place
€40 for table of 4 (additional persons €10 each up to a maximum of 6 per team)
All are welcome!

Any questions please contact Richard @ 086 0574701

Home – A lunch to support our elderly at the margins 2017

'Home' Lunch Invite jpeg

 

The Grace O’Malley Foundation is delighted to host a fundraising lunch on November 3rd, in the Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2.

Kicking off at 12.30pm with a bubbly reception, guests will then enjoy a lunch at 1pm in The Grafton Suite. Oliver Callan will provide entertainment throughout the event. All proceeds will go towards the Grace O’Malley Foundations continuing work of providing assistance to our elderly people on the margins.

Tickets are €100 a place and can be obtained by emailing info@graceomalley.ie.

Clew Bay Garden Trail

The Grace O’Malley Foundation has partnered withThe Clog Factory, Westport as part of the Clew Bay Garden Trail 2017.

Clew Bay Garden Trail 2017

The Clew Bay Garden Trail provides a wonderful opportunity for visitors and residents to explore the unique gardens along the shores of Clew Bay. Stunning views, inspiration and tranquillity are all on offer for your adventure along this beautiful coastline. All proceeds of visits are donated to a number of charities.

This year, The Clog Factory (The Quay, Westport) have kindly decided to donate all proceeds from their garden visits to The Grace O’Malley Foundation.
This garden reflects its owner’s passion for flowers, featuring an herbaceous border over 100 meters long. There is also an emphasis on roses. There is a greenhouse, a polytunnel and lots of containers, all full of flowers.

Many of the plants are annuals grown from seed and a selection of these will be available to visitors.

Find out more here.

Opening Times 
Saturday 3rd June, 2-5pm
Sunday 4th June, 2-5pm

Saturday 1st July, 2-5pm
Sunday 2nd July, 2-5pm

Saturday 5th August, 2-5pm
Sunday 6th August, 2-5pm

 

Directions | Treoracha:

From Westport town take the R335 to Westport Quay.
After The Quay’s Pub, take left turn signposted for the Greenway, then follow my signs

 

Brambles

Coffee Morning, Brambles Café, Rathfarnham Castle

A coffee morning is being held in Brambles Cafe, Rathfarnham Castle on Tuesday, 3rd May, 10am-12pm, in aid of the Grace O’Malley Foundation. Cost €5 per person.

We would be delighted if as many people as possible attend our coffee morning and a big thanks to Brambles for supporting this most worthy cause by sponsoring the entire event.

The Grace O’Malley Foundation becomes the first charity under new regulations

GOMF PR Photo - 14.03.16

Two comedy legends, Sil Fox and Barry Murphy, at The Grace O’Malley Foundations first fundraising event at the InterContinental, Dublin.

The Grace O’Malley Foundation has become the first of a group of new charitable organisations to be awarded ‘charitable status’ by the Charities Regulatory Authority (CRA) under the Charities Act 2009.

Established in 2015, The Grace O’Malley Foundation’s mission is to assist older people who wish to remain living in their own homes with independence and dignity for as long as is feasibly possible. Their focus is to support those beyond the existing state provisions who do not have the financial means themselves to adapt their homes or purchase equipment essential to live an independent life.

Founder Blaise O’Hara said after receiving the news – ‘Becoming the first organisation in the country to receive charitable status under the new regulations is fantastic, it means we are now in a position to deliver on our long-held vision of helping the elderly that are most in need. Financial means should not be a factor for those who want to live an independent life at home for as long as possible in their later years.’

Grace O'Malley Foundation - monbretia flowers

Home Is Where the Heart Is

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS


The Grace O'Malley Foundation logo

Friday, 16th October 2015.
InterContinental Hotel
(formerly The Four Seasons), Dublin

A fundraising lunch to support those of our elderly on the margins

  • the Grace O'Malley Foundation
  • 12.30pm Bubbly Reception in the Ice Bar followed by lunch at 1pm in Seasons Restaurant  with

    MC Barry Murphy and special guest Sil Fox.

    Tickets €100

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