Cycling from Paris to Nice to raise money for GCS

Hugh Ivory and Rory Gillen from Greystones are taking on the challenge of cycling from Paris to Nice on September 10th in a bid to raise money for Greystones Cancer Support. They are being joined by another 3 local guys from Greystones and a group from Dublin on this great adventure!
On Sunday last week, in one of the hottest days of the year, the Paris2Nice Community day was held and the guys cycled over 100k in preparation for their big ride. This was a great day for well seasoned P2N’rs and newbies to get together and raise some funds to support the ongoing administration of the organisation. Over 100 people attended on the day, with a route to suit everyone (100 k, 75k and 50k).

Easter Fundraising Appeal raised over €5,500

Thanks to Victor and his team at Cafe Gourmet for raising over €800, a super effort!

Greystones Cancer Support (GCS) Easter Fundraising Appeal raised over €5,500, a fantastic outcome for GCS! Every euro collected will assist in paying for the vital support services provided by GCS to our clients on a day-to-day basis. 

Thank you again to all the local businesses from Greystones, Delgany, Kilcoole, Newtownmountkennedy and Newcastle, whose co-operation and willingness to assist, ensured the success of the fundraising appeal, in a time when Covid-19 has interfered with so much of our normal fundraising capabilities.

Some businesses went above and beyond our expectations, they know who they are, and this is very much appreciated. Thanks also to everyone from the community who contributed to the appeal.

The Easter fundraising appeal raised awareness of the work carried out by GCS in the local community and the fact that GCS is there, willing, ready, and available, to lend a listening ear and a helping hand to our clients affected by cancer in the area.

Again, the considerable work involved in arranging, preparing for, and seeing through a fund-raiser of this nature on a busy Easter weekend was very substantial. This work was in the main carried out by Victor, Niamh, and Julie from our fundraising team who with the assistance of our General Committee members, planned, prepared for, and carried out the Easter Fundraising Appeal in such a smooth and successful manner. Thank you all for such a massive effort, it is so much valued by everyone involved with GCS.

Thank you to the Juice Bar and Burrito Box who raised over €1,000 between them

Thanks You to Little Pidgeon, Delgany  who raised €120

Thank You to Firhouse, Delgany who raised €400

Many Thanks Jordan


Greystones Cancer Support is greatly appreciative of the efforts of Jordan Nevin with his recent donation to GCS.
Jordan’s Grandad, Patrick Keaveney, who served in the Irish Army, passed away from cancer in March 2020.

In memory of his Grandad, Jordan participated in Movember 2020. He shaved off his beard and set up a GoFundMe page so people could donate, and he raised a total of €367.50 which he recently presented to GCS.

The donation is very welcome in these Covid-19 times and will be put to good use by GCS. Thanks again Jordan for commemorating your Grandad is such a wonderful way and for the donation towards the important work we do on the cancer front in the local area.

Sugarloaf Lions Fundraiser for April

We wanted to let you know about a fundraiser that the Sugarloaf Lions have embarked upon for the month of April. It’s a simple concept – Get moving, walk as much or as little as you are able to, tell all your friends and raise much needed funds for three Charities near and dear to many of us;
• Greystones Cancer Support
• Move for Parkinson’s
• St. Catherine’s Special School
We can do this!  Let’s make April our best fund-raising month, are you up for the challenge?

Fantastic Evening of Music on Good Friday last

GCS would like to extend their great appreciation to Brian Whelan and Anne Randolph for their fantastic evening of music on Good Friday night last.

In making the occasion a fund-raising effort for GCS and MQI, the event raised much needed funds for both organisations.

The mood of Good Friday was certainly uplifted by their vocal performances and the lovely choice of music and songs selected. The event was viewed in various different countries and certainly helped in raising people’s spirits as they joined in the singing from the comfort of their own homes.  

GCS are so appreciative for their unique, calming, singing talents and the efforts they made in giving such a lovely musical treat.

We are so grateful to both for making this occasion a joint fundraising event for GCS and MQI. 

GCS also wish to thank Anne Twohig for her important backroom work in making the transmission go off so smoothly. 

The last year has been so difficult for voluntary organisations. It is really important to keep awareness of organisations such as GCS and MQI in the public arena, as we rely totally on funding from the public to continue to provide our much-needed support services.

Thanks to everyone who listened in and donated. It is very much appreciated.

Thanks Victor, Amazing!

Eileen Horan accepting a cheque from Victor Evans for €4095.00.

Victor shaved his head and beard in aid of GCS

Fabulous effort from a fantastic lady

f raised the amazing amount of €2,565 from a sponsored walk. What an effort and GCS is truely appreciative of Deirdre and the personal work she put into making her walk such a success. As a long-time supporter of GCS, Deirdre exceeded all expectations in raising such an amount which she passed on to GCS last Saturday.

Thanks also to all Deirdre’s friends who supported her so generously. Walk on Deirdre and thanks again from everyone in GCS!!!

Daffodil Day Items Now on Sale @ GCS

Daffodil Day 2020 is 27th March

Set of 3 Tea Towels   €9.00

10 Piece Card Set   €5.00

Shopping Bag  €5.00

Cuddly Teddy Bear   €7.00

Daffodil Day Silk   €3.00

Daffodil Day Pin   €3.00

Daffodil Day Pen   €4.00

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