CMRF Crumlin moves to a new name - ‘Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin’
CMRF Crumlin, which raises vital funds to support CHI at Crumlin, is changing its name to reflect the Foundation’s move to become part of the Children’s Health Foundation family.
CMRF Crumlin will now be known as Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin.
CMRF Crumlin and Temple Street Foundation officially came together at the beginning of January 2019 to become a single, unified family working to support sick children and their families in CHI.
Since that time CMRF Crumlin has continued to work side-by-side with you, our supporters across Ireland and beyond, to transform the lives of sick children and their families by funding ground-breaking paediatric research, essential life-saving equipment, upgrading hospital facilities and providing a range of patient and parental supports in CHI at Crumlin.
Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin will continue to work on behalf of sick children in CHI at Crumlin.
Chief Executive of Children’s Health Foundation, Denise Fitzgerald, says, “Right now, your support will continue to transform the lives of children and their families in CHI Crumlin.
The move to become one organisation, Children’s Health Foundation, is so that together we can work to support all sick children in Ireland in all CHI hospitals and urgent care centres. As one Foundation we can do that more efficiently and effectively and make a real and lasting difference for paediatric care in Ireland.”