How We Can Help You
This is the Marie Keating Foundation online cancer information centre. Here you will find all our online resources about the key cancers in Ireland, including:
The Marie Keating Foundation’s work focuses on raising awareness of all of the common cancers affecting men and women in Ireland and the healthy lifestyle choices to reduce the risk of cancer.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is a stressful worrying time for the diagnosed person and family and friends.
Cervical cancer is highly treatable if it is caught early. The best way to know about changes in your cervix is to go for a regular smear test.
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.
Remember a loved one in a positive and lasting way and help to prevent other people dying from cancer by leaving a tribute in their name with the Marie Keating Foundation.
Marks and Spence Ireland have always been an incredibly important supporter of the Marie Keating Foundation. To 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.
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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.
New research shows average Irish woman spend 3,285 minutes a year doing makeup as Marie Keating Foundation urges women to find time for five minute smear test The Marie Keating Foundation today revealed the results of its Don’t Fear the Smear research which show while the average Irish woman spend 3,285 minutes a year doing […]
The Marie Keating Foundation’s annual report for 2014 is now available here. Some of the ways that the Marie Keating Foundations achieved its mission in 2014 are outlined below: Our nurses reached over 16,700 people through our mobile units and community outreach service. Over 420 venues were visited, from schools and shopping centres, to offices and […]
‘Out the Other Side: Stories of Breast Cancer Survival’ showcases real Irish women Cancer survivors Evelyn O’Rourke and Chef Domini Kemp today launched a new exhibition which highlights how advances in treatment are enabling more and more women to survive breast cancer than ever before. ‘Out the Other Side: Stories of Breast Cancer Survival’ is […]