Caring For Special Babies & Children
Support Organisation for Trisomy 13/18 - (Patau's/Edward's Syndrome)

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Hospital Project

SOFT Ireland have made this year the year to re-introduce ourselves to the Maternity units across Ireland.  We plan to put in place a team to work with John and Helen Shine.  John and Helen have put a lot of work into creating contacts within these departments and trying to...
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Family Day – Sat May 3rd Limerick

  Family fun day at the University of Limerick Campus, fun for all ages, something old and new.  Outline of Events for Day Opening entertainment at 12 noon by local Spoken Dancers 12.30 – 14.00 – Leon the Magician for younger members activities also organised for teens 14.00 – 15.30...
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PHASE ONE – S.OF.T. Tapestry

This is Phase One of tapestry – this phase is Pateau’s babies. Phase Two will be Edward’s. If you would like to have your child included contact Alma Stanley with details. €35.00 for square, please include babies date of birth and date of passing and name as you would like...
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Book to Raise Funds for SOFT

Soft as Rainbow’ – A Book of Poetry and Stories by Joe Healy in memory of his daughter Niamh.  Book available to buy from O’Mahonys’ book store, Limerick, 061418155  priced at €12.00. All proceeds to go to SOFT Ireland Our thanks to Joe and Geraldine Healy, we wish you every...
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Charity Cycle July 13th

There will be a charity cycle from Dublin to Wexford on Saturday July 13th in support of Soft Ireland and BriIreland.ie Please email Ned at Ned@BriIreland.ie or call 0863821033 for more details.

A Tribute to Elaine Fagan 1986 – 2011

The attached link will bring you to a beautiful tribute to Elaine Tribute To Elaine Fagan-1 A Tribute to Elaine Fagan For most people, when you mention Valentine’s day, a few things come to mind – flowers, chocolates, cuddly toys, cards and love. 14th February 2011 for the Fagan family...
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New S.O.F.T. booklet

The New SOFT booklet, Why Our Baby?, will be launched on Saturday 8th of November during the 2008 AGM Conference. In Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare