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The Hope and Dream 10 takes place on The Promenade in Enniscorthy at 10.15am on Sunday, April 8th, 2018. Our event has no entry fee. Entrants must be 18 years of age or over on the 8th April 2018 as unfortunately our insurance will not cover minors this year. If under 18 but a member of a club that will cover the insurance for participation in the event, we are happy to permit participation upon proof of such cover. Please provide a letter of indemnity from your clubs insurance company to show your are covered by the clubs insurance. Apologies for the inconvenience of this but we regret it is beyond our control.
Methods of race entry:
You can enter the race by clicking on the Enter Here online button below and making a once off donation.
You can complete the entry form made available each week in the Guardian / people newspapers and return them to the admin office in the Hope Centre up to Thursday afternoon at 4.00 p.m, where it can be dropped into the post box situated at the side of the main door of the Hope Cancer Support Centre CLG.
You can enter in the Presentation Centre on Friday 6th from 10 am to 8 pm and Saturday 7th from 10 am to 8 PM.
PLEASE NOTE: USING ANY OF THE ABOVE OPTIONS, YOU WILL STILL HAVE TO COLLECT YOUR RACE PACK ON THE ABOVE DATES .
Where does your money go?
- Funds for Hope will be utilised to help offer Counselling and Therapy services to people with cancer and their families, and to provide specialist counselling supports for children who have family members with a diagnosis. In 2017, Hope launched their Hope to Drive service, to help people get to and from hospitals for treatment, and this service continues to expand. Your donation will help grow this vital service. In addition, Hope’s outreach programme continues to bring support services throughout the County to help reach all those people in need.
- The funds raised will help Wexford Hospice Homecare continue this service free to those who need it. Last year their nurses made 4,801 visits to people with a terminal illness in Co. Wexford.
- Over 4,000 people per year have to go outside Wexford to get a MRI scan and that number is growing. Wexford needs a MRI scanner and we need it now. Your participation today will help us achieve that goal.