Calling all coffee lovers in Waterford!
Host a Bewley’s Big Coffee Morning Social and raise funds for your Waterford Hospice on Thursday 23rd September
Mayor of Waterford City & County, Cllr. Joe Kelly and Metropolitan District Mayor Cllr. Séamus Ryan came together recently to encourage people all across Waterford to participate in this year’s “Bewley’s Big Coffee Morning Social for Hospice”.
To register to host a coffee morning on Thursday, 23rd September, or on a date that suits you, go to www.hospicecoffeemorning.ie or call 1890 998 995. Hosts are provided with a Coffee Morning Pack containing Bewley’s coffee, posters, and invitations free of charge. Remember, every cup counts!
Cllr. Kelly noted : “All funds raised locally will go to Waterford Hospice, which provides essential and compassionate medical and nursing care to improve the quality of life of patients and their families facing life limiting illnesses. The people of Waterford have been phenomenally supportive of Waterford Hospice with massive fundraising efforts in the past and if you can once more, put the kettle on and let’s get Together For Hospice.”
Cllr Ryan added, “This is a wonderful service that gives so much in return. If you can, in any small way, please support. You can host a virtual coffee morning, or a socially distanced coffee morning with family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. If you can’t host or attend a coffee morning social, you can make a donation to Waterford hospice at www.waterfordhospice.ie”
The public can support Bewley’s Big Coffee Morning Social for Hospice on Thursday 23rd September 2021 by:
- Hosting a virtual coffee morning social
- Hosting a socially distanced coffee morning social with a small group of family or friends
- If you can’t host or attend a coffee morning social, please consider donating to your local hospice online at www.waterfordhospice.ie
* Stay Safe – no matter what type of event you host – please always remember to stay safe
and adhere to the current HSE and Government COVID-19 guidelines. Please visit www.hse.ie to see the most up to date guidance.