Lucan local Chloe Farrell is fundraising for Laura Lynn Children’s Hospice in the coming weeks. In August, Chloe who lives in Adamstown will cut her hair so that a wig can be made for a sick child. Chloe wishes to help more than one sick child and their families so she has chosen to donate the fundraising amount to Laura Lynn. Chloe commented ” This August, I am cutting my hair and donating it to charity so that a wig can be made for a sick child. I want to help more than one sick child and their family so I am fundraising for Laura Lynn Children’s Hospice. To try and maximise my donations I am doing a raffle and loads of Irish companies have donated prizes”.
Laura Lynn provide palliative care and support for all children with life-limiting conditions. The holistic approach to care ensures that they are supporting the whole family, allowing parents to have time to be ‘Mums and Dads’ rather than full-time carers. Laura Lynn Disability Services, comprising of Willow View, an adult residential service, and Hazel House, a residential and respite service for children and adolescents, is currently provided to families who cannot provide that care within their own family home. While they are no longer accepting admissions to residential care programmes, they are committed to supporting the children and adults in their care.
For more information see https://lauralynn.ie/Details of Chloe’s fundraiser and to donate see www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/11407748_chloe-farrell-s-page.html