Company Partnerships

Company Partnerships

Would you like to possibly change the life of a Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital patient by being a CHF Corporate Champion?

 

Why choose Cappagh Hospital Foundation?
We know there are so many worthy causes for you to support – in fact we support some local community organisations ourselves. We also know, should you choose to support us, you will, in some way, change a patient’s life.

Cappagh Hospital is distinguished by its international excellence, expertise and patient care. Your company’s support, regardless of size, could have a big impact on someone’s life.  There are many ways you and your employees can get involved!  We would be delighted to chat to you about these.

If you would like to support the Hospitals patients, please get in touch by calling the Foundation Office: 01 – 834 0325

Examples of Corporate Partnerships:

The National Dairy Council:
NDC announced a partnership with Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital and Cappagh Hospital Foundation in 2017.

The partnership has involved the NDC and Cappagh working together across a number of activities to promote and raise awareness on the importance of maintaining a healthy balanced diet for optimum bone health.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity of working with one of the most prestigious centres of clinical excellence on bone health,” Zoe Kavanagh, CEO of the NDC, said. “We look forward to partnering with Cappagh on a number of activities this year, including an educational booklet for patients and staff and a specialist symposium for healthcare professionals in the autumn.”

Shay Keany, Chairman, Cappagh Hospital Foundation, said: “The Cappagh Hospital Foundation is delighted to welcome the NDC as a collaborative partner on many joint educational and research projects. Both our organisations share a common goal of commitment to the nation’s health and welfare. This coming together can only be progressive in encouraging a healthier lifestyle with life-changing results.”

The NDC highlights the importance of bone health and advises that a balanced diet, which provides adequate nutrients, is essential for our bone health: it says about 99 per cent of the body’s calcium is found in our bones and teeth; and that milk, yogurt and cheese are among the best dietary sources of calcium as it is easily absorbed and used by the body.

Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital is a major centre for elective orthopaedic surgery. Over 20,000 patients annually avail of the hospital’s services as inpatients, day patients and outpatients.

CHARITY PARTNER

We would be honoured to work with you to support the Hospital and its patient’s. Together we can develop and deliver events, campaigns and volunteering opportunities that will not only help improve your staff’s motivation, they could also contribute to your Staff’s Health and Wellbeing.

CHARITY OF THE YEAR

Cappagh Hospital Foundation would be welcome the opportunity to be considered as your Charity of the Year.

We would be delighted to show you round the Hospital or visit your staff to tell them about the work of the CHF and Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital.

STAFF SUPPORT

Would your staff like to organise an event? Run a marathon? Hold a bake off ? Climb a mountain or hold a knitathon?

We are conscious that everyone is different – what may suit one staff member, may not suit another!

Why not get in touch with us to have a chat to see the many ways your staff can get involved to #changealife.

PAYROLL GIVING

Your staff can #changealife by providing a small salary deducted donation weekly or monthly.

Please get in touch if you would like more information.

To each and every one of our corporate supporters over
the years,  we say a huge thank you!

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