Children’s Health Foundation (CHF) has today announced the appointment of Denise Fitzgerald as Chief Executive.
NCRC research project in Neuroblastoma has Scooped Award for Technology Innovation
On average, ten children every year in Ireland are diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. CMRF Crumlin proudly funds research into Neuroblastoma at the NCRC (National Children’s Research Centre).
Dan Leavy Announced as latest ambassador for CMRF Crumlin
We are delighted to announce that Irish and Leinster rugby star Dan Leavy is our newest ambassador.
"My little baby had a condition called congenital pulmonary airway malformation (CPAM). One of Daniel’s lungs hadn’t developed properly and air-filled cysts had developed in its place."
Meet Freddie - A Heart Centre Hero
"Freddie had his first open heart surgery when he was just 10 days old and it went well. We brought him home for the first time ever one week later."
Positive changes for children’s health
2019 will mark the start of a new era for children's health in Ireland as the three children's hospitals come together, and as we start to plan for the future at CMRF Crumlin.
Leinster Players Bring Christmas Magic to Crumlin
Leinster players brought the Champions and Pro14 cups on a special Christmas visit to the children in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.
Watermark Christmas Cards for Crumlin
Watermark have created a beautiful range of Christmas cards to help fight childhood illness.
Winner of the CMRF Car Raffle 2018
The winner of the 2018 Car Raffle is Anne Leddy from County Cavan. Congratulations Anne, and thanks to everyone who entered for the incredible support.
Poppy and Ava Lilly
"When Ava came home we got into a routine again but now we had two sick kids. Two very different conditions, but both patients at Crumlin."
Over Half of the Irish Population has Been Affected By Childhood Illness
58% of the Irish population has been affected by childhood illness.
Meet one of our youngest fundraisers
Isaac has been attending Crumlin hospital since he was one year old for adrenal insufficiency. Now he's seven years old and is one of our youngest fundraisers. Isaac raised €3,817 for taking part in the Mini Muckers challenge in Punchestown.