Ribbon Wall Of Love

Pin a Ribbon & Support Our Work

Some of the most touching moments we have been fortunate to have over the last few years have come from the tribute walls we host at our events. Here, people can take a moment and reflect on a loved one affected by cancer and pin a tribute ribbon to our wall.

We wanted to ensure everyone had the opportunity to remember those they love affected by cancer, no matter their location. By pinning a ribbon on our Ribbon Wall of Love, you can help support of our vital work with cancer patients and their families across Ireland while also taking the time to celebrate those affected by cancer, and commemorate those we have lost to the disease.

Pay tribute to someone you love affected by cancer by making a donation, choosing a ribbon and writing a message or dedication on our Ribbon Wall of Love.

 

Tony Jones

Praying for him and hoping he will win this battle 🀞🏻🀞🏻

Ann Cogavin

For my Aunt, Ann Cogavin and all of us who have faced a diagnosis of cancer. For those who have survived and those gone ahead of us

My father...

Bernie

For Bernie & all my friends living & surviving cancer. Strength grows in the moments when you think you can’t go on but you keep going anyway πŸ₯°

Michelle Shortt

To a very brave, positive, caring, honest, loving friend, mother, daughter, aunt, hero. 2019 the year of battles and a winner πŸ’ž

Christina my mam

For my mum who is still battling this horrible disease. She is the strongest person I know and has being through so much and still has not given up.

Helen Bannon

Miss you mam

Aunt Teasie

This Ribbon is a Tribute fory Aunt Teasie who was almost like a second mother to. We had lots of jokes together and good times. When she got sick I would visit her in hospital everyday. I miss her everyday.

Xxtp

Miss you and love you always ❀️

Tracey Pentony

Love you and miss you πŸ’•πŸ’•

Positive Living Group

Wishing all my Positive Living Friends strength, courage and hope. You are all truly inspirational and have helped calm the fears of living with a metastatic diagnosis brings. XX Aine

Terrie O' Donoghue. BEST MOTHER

For my beautiful Mam Terrie we lost on 5.11.18

Joe Kehoe

Love and miss you every day. Hard to believe it's almost 2 years since we lost you

Helena Doyle

Mam you are such an amazing strong person. Delighted to receive the news of been all clear from this horrible illness ❀ To the world you are one person but to us you are the world ❀

Sadie Roche

Mammy and Nanny, we wished you could have lived but I hope you are at peace now. You are thought of often x❀

David

For my brave brother, always in my heart x

Deirdre Foley

Sleep well Deirdre..you fought the battle on your own terms and though you didnt want to leave you will remain in our hearts always xxx

Patricia Doyle

Mam we miss you so much you are 1 in a million , you fought Brest cancer for 7 long years & we will always love you 1956-2020

Doc Dockrell

Not a day goes by were we don't miss you and wish you had have been tested earlier to reduce your pain and suffering. Research and testing are the key to saving the future for our loved ones x

Antoinette Cosgrave

Great news on your recent results. Wishing you continued health into the future. You deserve it. Love Always Aine

Mary Mosley

MKF Positive Living Ladies

Agnes lawlor

Agnes this is a message of hope that all will be good in July. ❀️❀️

Rita smith

My beautiful Rita who I loved with all my heart and miss so much,,I love you so much Liam

Angie

Never forgotten, always in our hearts xx

Denise Moran & Sandra Yeadon( sisters)

Who'd have thought that the 2 of us would be going through treatment at the same time,I hope and pray we both will see each other soon.

Anonymous

Aoife

Miss you so much x

Denis Bugler

Loved and missed always Dad x

β™‘ Nana β™‘

Annie Dowling β™‘ In Loving Memory Of A Wonderful Loving Nana β™‘ Always Loved, Forever Missed β™‘ May You Continue To Rest In Paradise β™‘ Love Denise & Cameron β™‘

Doreen Coghlan

A wonderful Mum then years gone but never forgotten.

Breda Furlong RIP

Doreen Condon

Twelve years on and still missed every day

Marie Canning

For good news on your scan next Friday and a return to full health....all my love Angela

William Flannery

Miss you Dad, especially today on your 9the anniversary. Lovingly remembered by Catherine, Jim, Bernie & Pauline

Frankie O'Neill

20 years on mum, love you and miss you xx

Pam

2 years without an amazing woman x

Mary Morrissey

Thank you for teaching us strength, courage, positivity, hope and to love unconditionally. Xxx

Jean Millar

Still miss you especially coming up to your birthday. You got to see your grandchildren but would be proud of how they have grown up. And we talk about you often.

Edel

George Yeates

We miss you every day George!

Bernie

For Mam

Anonymous

Oscar Fisher

Pascal Vincent

Jan Holden

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