Cancer support charity Cork ARC Cancer Support House are set to host their annual Flag Day collection in the East Cork town of Midleton on Friday 26th May.
Funds raised on their annual collection day will directly benefit support services available for cancer patients and their families at Cork ARC Cancer Support House in the city as well as at their centers in Youghal (for the communities of East Cork & West Waterford), Bantry (for the communities of West Cork & South Kerry) and at the NICHE Community Health Project in Knocknaheeny.
Appealing to the people of Cork to support the annual Flag Day collection in of Cork ARC Cancer Support House, the charity’s Head of Fundraising / Corporate Affairs, Hilary Sullivan says, “Please remember on our annual Flag Day collection in Midleton that all our collectors are volunteers, giving their time freely to raise funds and increase awareness about our cancer support services.”
Cork ARC Cancer Support House is a voluntary organization and Registered Charity and provides cancer patients and their families with support, information and practical advice, free of charge. They offer those affected by a cancer diagnosis tranquil, safe spaces in non-clinical environments. Their cancer support service located at 29 Friar Street in Youghal is open every Wednesday from 10am to 4pm.
Hilary Sullivan goes on to say, “As all of the services at Cork ARC Cancer Support House are available free of charge, and supported by a large volunteer base, we hope that our volunteer collectors’ generosity of spirit will be rewarded by a warm reception from the public despite the difficult financial conditions experienced by so many people. We would like to thank the people of Midleton in advance for their contribution at our annual Flag Day Collection on Friday 26th May.”