Day in, day out, sick children step through the doors of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. For many, these are the first steps on the Toughest Journey imaginable. They need extraordinary care, they need research, and they urgently need your support.
Sign up to the Santa Cycle
Ever thought of cycling dressed as Santa for charity. Well you can with The Laurels Santa Cycle event. Taking place in both Dublin and Cork on the 3rd of December you can kick off your festive celebrations with what is truly an amazing event. So grab your bike, light it up and join in the festive fun and help raise money for sick children.
CMRF Christmas Cards
Looking for Christmas Cards? You can get great cards here and at the same time support sick children all over Ireland.
Saving Lives with CMRF
We believe every sick child deserves every chance, and we know how cutting edge technologies, research and equipment in the right hands can save lives.
Legacy Week with CMRF Crumlin
From the 30th of October to the 4th of November CMRF Crumlin will be part of My Legacy Week. During this week we will be raising awareness on the importance leaving a legacy gift to a cause you care about. Once you've looked after your family and loved ones you may think about leaving a gift to a worthy cause. What better way to add to your legacy than by supporting sick children all over Ireland.
Celebrate Brighter Days with CMRF Crumlin
At CMRF Crumlin we are all about celebrating brighter days for sick children all over Ireland and we want you to as well.
Sporting Proud and CMRF want YOU
Sporting Proud is looking for people of all abilities get involved in this years Triathlon to raise funds and support the work of CMRF Crumlin. This great event will take place on 2nd of September 2017 at the beautiful Brittas Bay in Co. Wicklow.
CMRF Crumlin go Door-to-Door
CMRF Crumlin is currently undertaking door to door fundraising in locations around Ireland. If you happen to meet them be sure to have a chat and find out how you can make a huge difference for sick children across Ireland.
Robbie KEANE to help Small Victories Everyday with CMRF Crumlin
Irish soccer legend Robbie Keane teamed up CMRF Crumlin to support its 'Small Victories Everyday' campaign which enables children living with chronic illnesses get the most out of their everyday life.
Clongowes Duck Push gets underway
Clongowes Wood College students began their annual Duck Push in aid of Crumlin Children's Hospital on 8th of June. Embarking on a whistle stop tour which will lead them from Dublin all the way to Limerick.
CMRF Crumlin hit all the right notes at BLOOM
Crumlin Children's Hospital add a touch of artistry and tranquillity at this years Bloom Festival which took place in the surroundings of the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Every single splash is a huge achievement for Sarah, each stroke a sign of recovery, a more active life, being free. You see when Sarah’s parents were told she had a serious cardiac issue at just two weeks old, no one imagined life would ever be close to normal again. At CMRF Crumlin, we are supporting our patients in achieving small victories every day, like being able to play, to be active, to fit in, to be a child. Thanks to the wonderful generosity of our supporters, we are helping children living with life-limiting or chronic illnesses overcome some of their challenges, allowing them to simply focus on being a child and enjoy all that childhood has to offer.