Marie Conlon, The Chairperson
Please contact Marie Conlon if you would like to get involved in the Branch, volunteer, help in Fundraising or any media queries.
The Kildare Branch of The Alzheimer Society of Ireland plays an integral part in helping achieve our mission to meet the needs of those affected by Dementia in the Kildare community and provides support to our Day Care Centre in Dunmurray Springs at the Dunmurray Springs Golf Club in Kildare Town and our Social Club at The Parish Centre in Newbridge.
Our branch members are dedicated and committed volunteers who engage in fundraising activities throughout the year and to help increase awareness of dementia across Kildare.
If you would like to join our Kildare Branch, volunteer or fundraise for the Kildare Branch, please contact Marie Conlon (details above).
To find out more information on our services, please contact Samantha Whelan, Day Care Centre Manager Dunmurray Springs on Samantha.firstname.lastname@example.org / 086 1450663
Newbridge Social Club: Fridays from 11am-1pm at the Newbridge Parish Centre, Station Rd, Piercetown, Newbridge.
Tea Day 2019: Sarsfield GAA Club, Newbridge Co. Kildare.
Saturday May 4th
Come along and enjoy a cuppa and treats and help raise funds for dementia specific services in Kildare.
Sarsfield GAA Afternoon Tea Party Sunday 31st March 2019
A very big thank you to Sarsfield GAA Club in Newbridge Co. Kildare for hosting a wonderful and fun Afternoon Tea Party and raffle on Sunday 31st March which also co-incided with Mother’s Day.
Thanks to all who attended and contributed in raising a fantastic €725 for Kildare Branch which will go to dementia specific services in Kildare Region.
Robertstown 5K Walk in aid of Kildare Branch Alzheimers Society of Ireland
2019 5K walk details to follow.
In 2018, the 18th annual sponsored 5k walk was held in Robertstown on Sunday 22nd July 2018 and a fantastic day was had by all. Thanks to all who took part and contributed and help raise funds for our invaluable services in Kildare and raise awareness of dementia in the Kildare community.
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