Mario Rosenstock has joined up with Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice, together with Bewley’s, for the annual fundraiser taking place on Thursday 15th September.
The annual event, now in its 24th year, encourages people and businesses across the country to share a cup of Bewley’s coffee to support their local hospice and their work caring for people in their local communities nationwide.
Mario and other personalities are backing the Hospice campaign including Davy Fitzgerald, Brendan and Domhnall Gleeson, Imelda May, Gabriel Byrne, Baz and Nancy Ashmawy and Eamonn Coughlan.
To take part, simply register at www.hospicecoffeemorning.ie to get your free Bewley’s fresh ground coffee pack. You can also contact your local hospice by calling 1890 717 000, or go along to any nearby coffee morning for your local hospice.
Mario Rosenstock said: “I’ve been delighted to be involved with the hospice for a few years now and in that time I’ve seen at first-hand the work they do and the care they give. I’ve always found it an uplifting experience meeting the patients and residents. Each and every hospice patient is treated with wonderful kindness and dignity at such a vulnerable time.”
Mark Saunders, Brand Director with Bewley’s, said: “Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice is an incredibly important and vital campaign that Bewley’s has been very proud to support as sole sponsor since our very first cup of coffee was poured for Hospice over two decades ago.”
Some €32m raised to date since the coffee morning initiative began in 1993. Bewley’s provides all the coffee free of charge nationwide, and all money raised locally goes directly to local hospice care services.