How We Can Help You

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.

Monthly Donation

Single Donation

  • €10 could help a family struggling financially due to cancer.......... €20 could help cover the cost of medical information unit visiting a disadvantaged school.......... €50 can contribute to the renovation of an oncology waiting room makeover..........

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Walk the Camino on a journey of Mindfulness

This September, join the Marie Keating Foundation on the journey of a lifetime. We are calling all cancer survivors and ...

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VHI Women's Mini Marathon

This major event will see over 45,000 women participate in the VHI Women's Mini Marathon.  This event is a a significant ...

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Survive and Thrive

Survive and Thrive  The Marie Keating Foundation has launched a new survivorship workshop for people recovering from cancer. Called Survive and ...

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Latest Tributes

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.

Tributes contribute to our life-saving awareness work, which lead to earlier diagnosis and improved survival rates.

It only takes a few moments to create a Tribute.

Cormac, Brendan and Kate Tierney
In tribute to our mum and dad, both lost to cancer
Therese Maloney
I’m donating in celebration of the fact that my daughter Sarah Jane Maloney is one year cancer free today.
Joanne O’Dowd
This is in celebration of my sister Mary who got the all clear from breast cancer three years ago. She’s an inspiration to us all and is forever reminding us to check our breasts. Keep up the good work MKF
TRACY MOORE
I would like to pay tribute to my dad John who bravely fought prostate cancer and only passed away last November. He was an amazing dad and we all miss him every day.