Holding out for a hero … Friday 19th October 2018
On Friday, October 19th, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to join companies, schools, and individuals from all over Cork and become Mercy Heroes by raising funds for The Mercy University Hospital.
The Mercy Hospital Foundation is inviting people of all ages and from all walks of life to join in the fun; so whether you’re planning a Dress Up/ Dress Down Day at work or school, a coffee morning at home or at your local club or can help out with Mercy street collections around the county, there’s a way to get involved. To host your own Mercy Heroes event or fundraiser, simply register below and you will receive a free Mercy Heroes Pack full of information and ideas.
Speaking about the Mercy Heroes campaign, Micheál Sheridan, CEO, Mercy Hospital Foundation said “Our patients are heroes, the staff at the Mercy Hospital are heroes, and donors like you are heroes; wonderful real-life heroes that help us deliver the best research, diagnosis, treatment and care to patients every day at The Mercy University Hospital, the People’s Hospital. Anybody can be a Hero, and we want to celebrate our Mercy Heroes and so we are encouraging you to join us on Friday, October 19th. Let’s all be heroes and together, save lives.”
Stay up to date with our Heroes campaign
Cork’s 96FM and the Evening Echo are the official media partners for Mercy Heroes 2018, and people are encouraged to follow them for regular updates on events and activities. You can also follow the Foundation Facebook and Twitter accounts for all the latest on the campaign.
Keep an eye on this page to see where our 2018 Street Collections will be taking place!
If you want to know more about bringing Mercy Hospital Heroes to your work, school or home, please contact Deirdre on 021 4223135 or contact us here!