Read our latest newsletter full of heart-warming stories to fill you with hope during these uncertain times. You can read all about the incredible impact of your support on the lives of the little patients in CHI at Crumlin.
CMRF Crumlin moves to a new name - ‘Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin’
CMRF Crumlin, which raises vital funds to support CHI at Crumlin, will now be known as Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin.
The Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin Car Raffle is back!
Every ticket is a chance to win a brand new car and will help to give children like Ruby the very best chance.
Knock knock. Who’s there? It’s Deirdre O’Kane looking for your best jokes
One4all’s #Shop4Crumlin initiative returns this month with Deirdre O’Kane launching a nationwide search to find Ireland’s funniest joke!
Sign up today for the CMRF Crumlin Abseil Challenge
The countdown is on for the 18th September when Ryan Andrews and Michaela O’Neill will drop 100 feet off the Hogan stand in Croke Park as part of the exhilarating CMRF Crumlin Abseil. Ryan and Michaela are going to new heights to raise vital funds for our little patients, and you can too!
Hayley’s Baby Book
It’s thanks to the staff in CHI at Crumlin that Hayley is here with us today. Read Hayley’s Baby Book today to find out more about Hayley’s journey.
“Hayley had her first bath at six weeks old. She was ventilated and there were tubes everywhere so it took some major organisation. But once we got her into the bath she was all gurgles and smiles as she kicked her little legs in the water. I’ll always remember that moment.”
Tour De County – July Miracle Miles
Tour De County is a fun way of involving everyone who likes/loves cycling to clock up miracle miles to support the little heroes in our Hospitals’. So this July we are calling on you to get on your bike and challenge yourself to cycle Miracle Miles to support the miracles that happen daily in CHI Crumlin and CHI Temple Street.
Lucy’s mam Carleen calls her 7-year-old daughter “a fabulous little lady". But in the first weeks after Lucy’s birth, Carleen wasn’t sure she’d ever be able to go home. Lucy is currently the only child in Ireland to have the congenital genetic skin disorder called Harlequin Ichthyosis.
Tour De County with CMRF Crumlin
Take part in the "Tour De County" for CMRF Crumlin and Temple Street! "Tour De County" is an unique cycling event which will take place over the months of June, July and August while offering you and your family the chance to explore the county you live in.
Read Your Newsletter of Hope Here!
We are so grateful for our community of caring and committed supporters who are ready to do whatever it takes for sick children. As a small token of our gratitude we are delighted to share our newsletter with you!
High 5 challenge
In May we are saying High 5 ✋ to show our support for all the wonderful children and their families who attend Crumlin and to say thanks to all the amazing staff who look after them. There are so many ways that you can help by joining our High 5 challenge!