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Learn about the most common cancers affecting both men and women in Ireland, including: breast cancer, bowel cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, skin cancer and more.

The Marie Keating Foundation has three mobile information units which travel around Ireland to spread the message about cancer prevention and early detection. Book a free visit here.

The Marie Keating Foundation provides financial assistance to people who are currently receiving treatment for any kind of cancer and who, as a result, are in financially difficulty. 

Like many people, you may feel that cancer is down to bad luck or genes. Did you know that 4 in 10 cancers could be prevented if we made simple changes to 5 parts of our everyday life?

How You Can Help Us

The Marie Keating Foundation receives only a small amount of government funding and all of our services are provided free of charge. Without the support of our wonderful fundraisers, volunteers and corporate supports, we simply could not continue to provide these vital services and continue to make one family’s promise of making cancer less frightening by enlightening a reality.

If you think that you can contribute anything- time, funds or a helping hand- we would love to hear from you.

Your donation will help us reach more people with life-saving cancer information and support services.

M&S have always been an incredibly important supporter of the Marie Keating Foundation. Read about the amazing things that we have accomplished together.

Your time, support and talents are vital to keeping the Marie Keating Foundation going. Simply put, we couldn’t continue without your help.

Every cent that you give the Marie Keating Foundation makes a huge difference in helping us to achieve our mission of making cancer less frightening by enlightening.

Latest News

Tony Ward, Sean Boylan and Michael Murphy among prostate cancer survivors bringing hope through new exhibition

Marie Keating Foundation launches ‘Heroes of Hope: Stories of prostate cancer survival’ to showcase real Irish men   Former rugby international Tony Ward, GAA legend Sean Boylan and former RTE broadcaster Michael Murphy were joined by 12 other prostate cancer survivors today to help the Marie Keating Foundation launch a new exhibition which aims to […]