We are delighted to support the work of CMRF Crumlin and are happy to announce that we will continue to support our chosen charity CMRF Crumlin in 2019 when we hope we can raise much more vital funds in the fight against childhood illness.
CMRF Crumlin raise vital funds for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin & the National Children’s Research Centre.
CMRF (Children’s Medical and Research Foundation) Crumlin was originally set up to provide vital funding to paediatric research, which was and remains utterly underfunded. This is an area which is considered a beacon of hope to hundreds of thousands of families who face weeks, months and often years of disruption and challenge due to childhood illness, disease or disability right across the world. Research is a global effort to find better treatments and cures, management and preventative strategies.
CMRF Crumlin also provide critical supports and funding to sick children from all over Ireland who attend Our Lady's Children’s Hospital Crumlin for diagnosis, treatment, and care on their patient journey. Each year at least 120,000 children attend Crumlin for critical care and support.
We have three core goals, our CMRF Crumlin Pillars. Funding initiatives, research and projects that will:
Save young lives
Improve the quality of life for children living with childhood disease or illness
Enhance patient experience and brighten sick children’s days
For more information visit the CMRF website
About Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin
Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin (formerly Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children) is Ireland's largest paediatric hospital and also houses the National Children’s Research Centre. It has been caring for sick children since 1956. It has almost 1200 staff and 243 beds all dedicated to the care of children.