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.


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It only takes a few moments to create a Tribute. You will just need to tell us a few details about yourself as well as the person that you are creating the tribute in memory of. You will also have the option to share the tribute with other friends and family who may also want to get involved or remember your loved one in some way.

If you would like, your tribute can appear on the Marie Keating Foundation website so that all who visit the page can honour the memory of your loved one.

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  1. 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.

  2. 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

  3. Therese Maloney

    I’m donating in celebration of the fact that my daughter Sarah Jane Maloney is one year cancer free today.

  4. Cormac, Brendan and Kate Tierney

    In tribute to our mum and dad, both lost to cancer

  5. Orlaith O’Shea

    My mum Helen was the most incredible mum and I wish she was still around but I’m thankful for the amazing times we had with her. Love you mum

  6. liz

    For my mum who died of a brain tumour – An incredible woman who we miss every day.

  7. JR

    I would like to pay tribute to Charlene. A beautiful girl I had met last year who passed away just yesterday at only 33. I’m still shocked and saddened.
    My father passed away from colon cancer at just 43 who I think about and talk to daily, his brother passed away at 55 from the same and my aunt at 52 but thankfully my Mam is 10 years in remission this month.
    Keep fighting everybody.

  8. Rob Stratton

    My beautiful and brave mother noelle passed away just over a year ago from METASTASISED breast cancer after a long and inspirational fight. I am determined to help the general fight against cancer in her honour. Miss you, mom.

  9. Liz

    Wanted to pay tribute to George Yeates who sadly passed away in January from prostate cancer. He will be hugely missed by us all – fantastic charisma, energy and drive with an enormous love of life and love for his family and friends…..Couldn’t have asked for a nicer father in law……….

  10. Liz

    I’d like to pay a special tribute to my father in law George Yeates who sadly passed away in January from prostate cancer. He will be hugely missed by us all – fantastic charisma, energy and drive with an enormous love of life and love for his family and friends…..Couldn’t have asked for a nicer father in law……….

  11. Kristina

    I too wanted to pay tribute to my father in law George Yeates who passed away in January from Prostate Cancer – he was an inspiration to us all and is hugely missed – every day there are situations where someone would make the remark – “as George would have said …”. I can only echo Liz’ s statement: I could have never asked for a better father in law!! Schlaf gut, George!

  12. Ann

    I’d like to pay tribute to my father – a very special man to all of this. We miss you 🙂