Q-Park are proud to help raise funds for Parent's Room at Temple Street Children’s University Hospital.
Temple Street Foundation raises funds to ensure the best care possible for the hospital’s young patients and their carers.
Q-Park entered into a long standing partnership back in 2012 and relationship has gone from strength to strength. Temple Street is an acute paediatric hospital which cares for approximately 145,000 children per year from across the country. Temple Street Foundation raises funds to ensure the best care possible for the hospital’s young patients and their carers.
At this time of need, Q-Park provides highly discounted parking at its nearby Clerys, Dublin car park to brave patients’ families. The discount offers up to 24 hours for €6 with tickets validated in the hospital, with Q-Park also donating €1 for every parking validation at Temple Street. In 2017, Q-Park donated €11,399 and has provided great support for projects at Temple Street.
One recently completed project is a family room upgrade for families, offering a much needed retreat to parents of very sick children during the toughest time of their lives. In the forthcoming months Q-Park are delighted to be helping with further projects as part of it’s commitment to corporate social responsibility programme.
Mark Howard, Country Director of Q-Park, said, ‘Q-Park is pleased to be helping fund children’s care in Ireland, and will continue to support and donate to the Temple Street Children’s University Hospital.’
Cailín Maguire, Temple Street Foundation, said ‘On behalf of all the patients, parents and staff of Temple Street Children’s Hospital, I would like to extend our sincere thanks to the staff and customers of Q-Park for their loyal support of our special hospital. Your generosity enables us to ensure we can continue to provide world-class care to all children who come to Temple Street.’
For more information on this partnership and how to validate your parking at Q-Park Clerys, please visit the Temple Street website.
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