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Q-Park continue their ongoing partnership with Mercy Hospital in Cork, with a recent donation of over €7,000.
Q-Park have a long standing relationship with Mercy Hospital and The Mercy Hospital Foundation. Since 2013 Q-Park have pledged to donate €1 from every parking validation made, back to The Mercy Cancer Appeal.
The most recent donation was a cheque for €7,030, bringing the grand total of donations to over €60,000 to The Mercy Hospital Foundation. This contribution goes towards providing vital services for cancer patients, such as the Endoscopic Ultrasound Service which is helping Dr. Martin Buckley and his team to better diagnose and stage some of the most common cancers in Ireland, or the unique psycho-oncology service which provides vital emotional support to patients and their loved ones as they go through their cancer journey.
Mercy Hospital CEO Micheál Sheridan commented on the latest donation gratefully - "We are delighted with the ongoing success of our partnership with Q-Park. The funds donated by Q-Park over the past seven years have been used to support our cancer patients and their families and are having a real impact on our ability to diagnose and treat cancers earlier. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Q-Park for many years to come.”
As well as the ongoing charitable donations, Q-park St Finbarr’s is committed to providing affordable parking for hospital visitors. By validating their parking ticket at the machine within the hospital, visitors can park for up to 24hrs for just €8.
Find out more about this partnership: https://www.mercyfundraising.ie/events/q-park-partnership
Find out more about St Finbarr’s Q-Park: https://www.q-park.ie/en-gb/cities/cork/st-finbarr%27s/