ST CATHERINE’S FC in Killybegs presented staff at Killybegs Community Hospital with some vital items of personal protective equipment (PPE) today.
St Catherine’s, the home club of Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman, donated items such as scrubs, gloves, Milton steriliser and hand sanitiser to the grateful hospital staff.
Picture: St Catherine’s FC Secretary Declan Sherlock, club member Pat Byrne, Sr Marie Murphy, Eileen Cunningham-Boyle, Martina McDaid, Director of Nursing Catherine Mitchell and club member Oliver Smith.
“St Catherine’s FC had the pleasure to give a little something back to our local hospital,” St Catherine’s FC said.
“These men and women are still working hard to look after everyone in these very strange times and we hope that our gesture will help them out in some small way.
“We purchased Scrubs from happythreads.ie, Gloves from Haven Pharmacy Killybegs, Milton from Emerald Trading Donegal Town and Hand Sanitizer from Mooney Boats in Killybegs.
“The Club made a donation to #NorthWestsewsmasksandscrubs who supplied us with much needed Scrubs when the Hospital needed them the most. You can donate to them here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/North-West-sews-for-Frontline-Workers.
“Everyone at St Catherine’s Fc would like to say a huge thank you to Killybegs Community Hospital and all our frontline workers.
“Special thanks to Cllr Niamh Kennedy, Cllr Marie Casserly Mayor of Sligo, Anne Feehily, all at North West Sews Masks and Scrubs and Studio Donegal in Kilcar who are also making these items for our front line workers.”Tags: