Read our brave patients' stories

Read our brave patients' stories

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Our one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children in Ireland.

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The Temple Street Foundation raises funds to enable Temple Street Children's University Hospital to continue to provide world class care to Ireland's sickest children. With your amazing support we can continue to save lives. Find out more about us and how you can help.

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We have lots of brave little fighters like Hugo in Temple Street. Here, some of our inspiring kids and parents explain why your help is so important to them.

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See what people did to help

€21,200
Raised
Belvedere’s long haul challenge

Belvedere’s long haul challenge

Belevedere students undertake an annual blockpull challenge for Temple Street ...

Helps upgrade equipment, fund research & mend broken wards

€8,000
Raised
An Ironman fundraiser for Faye

An Ironman fundraiser for Faye

Drogheda Triathlon Club members complete the gruelling Dublin Ironman event ...

Helped support St. Michael's B neonatal & infant ward

€1,440
Raised
Family rallies for Cystic Fibrosis

Family rallies for Cystic Fibrosis

The O'Connor family have been going above and beyond for our hospital ...

Helped support our Respiratory and Cystic Fibrosis Unit

€3,800
Raised
Helen inspired to cross finish line

Helen inspired to cross finish line

Helen had great inspiration in her son Hugo when she ran the Dingle Half Marathon for Temple Street ...

Helped support St. Michael's C renal ward