The Marie Keating Foundation
The Marie Keating Foundation was established in 1998 by the Keating family following the death of Marie Keating from breast cancer.
Offers awareness & education programmes of the most common cancers in Ireland i.e. bowel, breast, cervical, lung, ovarian, prostate, skin & testicular cancer.
Helps men & women prevent cancer, detect it at its earliest stages & journey through their cancer diagnosis, treatment & survivorship.
There is a team of 15 staff including 9 nurses who are on the road nationwide in 3 mobile information units.Find Out More
Look Good Feel Better
Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the only worldwide cancer charity providing practical support for women and teenagers struggling with the visible side effects of their cancer treatment.
Since launching in the UK in 1994 they have supported more than 130,000 women through their free confidence-boosting skincare and make-up workshops and masterclasses, and by purchasing this product you will enable them to help thousands more.
“Cancer treatment can knock you down, LGFB picks you back up again.” – LGFB beneficiaryFind Out More
Operation Smile was founded in 1982 when Dr. William (Bill) P. Magee, Jr., a plastic surgeon, and his wife, Kathleen (Kathy), a nurse and clinical social worker, traveled to the Philippines with a group of medical volunteers to repair children's cleft lips and cleft palates.
What they found was overwhelming. "People pushed their babies at us." recalls Kathy. "They tugged at our sleeves with tears in their eyes and begged us to help their children." In Naga City, approximately 300 families arrived hoping their children would receive surgery, but the team could only treat 40 children. As they prepared to leave, the Magees made a promise they would return to help more children.