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Tuesday, 23 October 2018
Every year, 150,000 children are treated in Crumlin Children’s Hospital.
23rd October, 2018: Today Sona Vitamins, along with Fiona MacHale, Mayo ladies GAA football player and Sona ambassador and Nyree Yergainharsian, of the Sona family and Fair City star, visited CMRF, Crumlin. Sona Vitamins is pledging its support to the hospital by donating €15,000 per year to help towards improving children’s health in Ireland.
Speaking about the partnership, Ohan Yergainharsian, Managing Director said; ‘We’re delighted to be supporting CMRF. Their work is vital, ensuring children across the country receive the best care possible. We’re a family business who prides itself on delivering the highest quality products supporting overall health and wellbeing in Ireland. We know CMRF deliver the best quality of care possible to children across the country. We are proud to support them in this very important cause’.
Sarah Joyce, Head of Corporate Partners with CMRF said “CMRF Crumlin are delighted to be chosen as the charity partner for Sona. Every year, over 150,000 children and their families visit Crumlin Children’s Hospital from across the length and breadth of Ireland and CMRF receive no governmental funding, so corporate partnership is vital to us to be able to offer the best possible care to some of Ireland’s sickest children.”
As part of this support, Sona Vitamins will include CMRF Crumlin’s logo on a range of children’s products.
This initiative forms part of a larger commitment from Sona Vitamins to support the overall health and wellbeing of the nation. Along with partnering with CMRF, Sona supported ladies gaelic football this summer by donating €15,000 to three women’s clubs across the country.
About CMRF Crumlin
CMRF Crumlin is the fundraising body for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin as well as the National Children’s Research Centre and is dedicated to working to improve the quality of life for this and future generations of sick children. It is driven in its belief that “Every sick child deserves every chance.”
At the core of CMRF Crumlin is a desire to help every sick child to give them the best possible chance to survive, thrive and live to their potential. It is focused on supporting small miracles everyday by funding cutting edge research, new wards and upgrades together with patient experience through our Giggle Fund.
CMRF Crumlin play a key role in supporting the hospital funding, to deliver state of the art facilities, equipment, and infrastructure, accommodation for families and other special requirements and needs for some of Ireland’s sickest children.
In addition CMRF is the principle funder of vital paediatric research in Ireland through the research programmes at The National Children’s Research Centre (NCRC), a world class facility which provides state of the art laboratory facilities for investigation into the causes and treatments of childhood disease.
Raising funds entirely from the public, companies and philanthropic organisations, CMRF Crumlin and its supporters aim to ensure every sick child gets every chance and provides funding to support small victories every day, better outcomes and a better experience for children attending