Michael Deane and his wife, Kate Smith launch Cancer Fund for Children’s Dine and Donate campaign with the charity’s Corporate Fundraiser, Sorcha Mac Laimhin. Michael’s restaurant chain, Deanes, have participated in Dine and Donate for a number of years and are asking their diners to show their generosity once again this year by making a donation at the end of their meal. Cancer Fund for Children hopes the campaign will raise thousands to support local children affected by cancer in Northern Ireland. For more information on Dine and Donate and a list of local participating restaurants, visit www.cancerfundforchildren.com

Michael Deane and his wife, Kate Smith launch Cancer Fund for Children’s Dine and Donate campaign with the charity’s Corporate Fundraiser, Sorcha Mac Laimhin.  Michael’s restaurant chain, Deanes, have participated in Dine and Donate for a number of years and are asking their diners to show their generosity once again this year by making a donation at the end of their meal. Cancer Fund for Children hopes the campaign will raise thousands to support local children affected by cancer in Northern Ireland. For more information on Dine and Donate and a list of local participating restaurants, visit www.cancerfundforchildren.com
Michael Deane and his wife, Kate Smith launch Cancer Fund for Children’s Dine and Donate campaign with the charity’s Corporate Fundraiser, Sorcha Mac Laimhin. 

Diners are being urged to put their money where their mouth is this festive season and support local families affected by cancer. 

Cancer Fund for Children is once again running its Dine and Donate campaign whereby diners at selected restaurants can support the charity easily by adding a few pounds on to their bill after they finish their meal.

This year participating restaurants include Deanes EIPIC, Deanes at Queens, Deanes Deli, Deane & Decano, Holohan’s Pantry, Holohan’s on the Barge, Balloo House, The Parson’s Nose, The Poacher’s Pocket, Brunel’s Restaurant, The Maghera Inn, and Bistro Este.

Money raised via the initiative will enable the charity to continue providing practical, emotional and financial support for local families whose lives have been devastated by cancer.

Cancer Fund for Children’s Corporate Fundraiser Sorcha MacLaimhin said:

“For families living with a cancer diagnosis Christmas can exaggerate negative issues they are already dealing with such as isolation, loneliness and financial strain. Cancer Fund for Children understands this and strives to support families through providing practical, financial and therapeutic support to help them cope with the impact cancer has on their lives.

“We receive less than one per cent of our income from the government. Without campaigns like Dine and Donate, and support from people like Michael, we would never be able to provide these vital support services so that families in Northern Ireland don’t have to face cancer alone.”

To find out more about Dine and Donate, call us on 028 9080 5599 or go to www.cancerfundforchildren.com

Local award-winning restaurant chain, Holohan’s have announced their support for Cancer Fund for Children, by taking part in the charity’s Dine & Donate campaign this year.  Holohan’s will be asking their diners to show their generosity by making a donation to Cancer Fund for Children at the end of their meal.  In 2015, customers at the restaurant chain in Belfast raised £300 through the campaign, and then the owners matched what they had raised.  This year they hope to raise even more to support local children living with cancer.  For more information on Dine and Donate and to see a full list of local participating restaurants, visit www.cancerfundforchildren.com
 For more information on Dine and Donate and to see a full list of local participating restaurants, visit www.cancerfundforchildren.com