27 November 2020
Brain Tumour Ireland will host their annual Family Day at Barretstown on December 6 from 11am-12.30pm. Resident Carmichael organisation Brain Tumour Ireland face another tough winter. With Covid-19 causing a multitude of negative effects on all they do, and the people they help, they hope the day provides some light at the end of a tough year.
Like other non-profits, every facet in day-to-day life for Brain Tumour Ireland has been faced with great difficulty. Their ability to provide their vital services has been stretched. However, they continue to provide information and support for the people affected with brain tumours, their families and friends
On December 6 Brain Tumour Ireland will be able to provide some joy and a sense of togetherness for those struggling with the varied effects of brain tumours, Covid-19 and everything in between.
The organisation states they were founded ‘by a small group of people’, but with actions such as carrying out the Family Day 2020, they show they have a big heart and know how to do the best for the people they care dearly for.
Essentially Christmas themed, the Family Day will consist of games, arts and crafts, Christmas decorations, and even there will be visit from a special elf! Fantastically, all of this will be completely free of charge, and all you need to do is book your place by emailing email@example.com
Brain Tumour Ireland’s support services are vast, including a range of support groups nationwide, providing financial assistance and much more. You can donate directly to Brain Tumour Ireland here. Finally, you can keep up to date with all their day-to-day news by following their social media; their Facebook here, and their Twitter here.