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Approximately 70 members of the Police Force from across Dublin took to their bikes in aid of Jack & Jill on 9th March and raised a whopping €17,182.
This fantastic donation will provide 1,062 hours of home nursing care to severely ick children throughout Ireland who are born with or develop brain damage so they can be cared for at home.
The 130km cycle from Dublin to Kilkenny was organised Sandra Brennan and her sister Lorraine in memory of their late mother and to raise much needed funding for us. A big thank you from Jonathan and all the team at Jack & Jill to Sandra, Lorraine, Superintendent Joe Gannon and all the gardai who took this challenge to help us bring our babies home.

Jonathan Irwin, CEO Jack n' Jill, Lorraine Brennan, Temple Street Children's Hospital, Super Intendent Joesph Gannon Pearse Street, and Sandra Brennan, Pearse Street Garda StationPicture; Jean Curran For The Irish Sun

Jonathan Irwin, CEO Jack & Jill, Lorraine Brennan, Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Super Intendent Joesph Gannon Pearse Street, and Sandra Brennan, Pearse Street Garda Station – Picture: Jean Curran

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