The RVH Liver Support Group funded and hosted a party for families of children with liver conditions at the Olympia Leisure Centre in Belfast on Saturday 27th April. 48 children and 38 adults were there, as well as Tracey (lead specialist
Grandson of Pam Dunn, Robert McGregor, son of Stephanie, presenting a cheque for an outstanding £800 to Founder Kay Duffy from the RVH Liver Support Group. Well done to all involved. We really appreciate all your efforts.
This is the official presentation of one of the two vein viewers that the Group were delighted to be able to purchase for the direct benefit of liver patients in Northern Ireland last year. This device enables a nurse or
Transplant recipient Alan Shields hosted an evening of entertainment at the Lodge Hotel in Coleraine on 23rd February in order to raise funds for our charity. This event was a HUGE success and raised a phenomenal £13,030 for our Group.
The Steensons is a second generation family run goldsmiths who, for forty years, have grown a reputation in Ireland, producing strong contemporary design with the highest standard of craftsmanship. All the collections and rings by Steensons are designed and handcrafted
We are very grateful to the Anderson family from Magherafelt for raising such a fantastic sum for our group. We are very appreciative of all the kind people who fundraise on our behalf. Kenny Anderson presents a cheque to Kay
The RVH Liver Support Group were represented by Kay and Gordon at the recent function to mark the retirement of Sr Sharon Moffett. Sharon has had a long association with our Group. Kay Duffy (Founder} on the left and
We are so grateful to the many people who raise money for our Group. This money is very wisely used for the benefit of our liver patients. These two presentations took place at the Outpatients' Clinic on Friday 13th October.
Cheque presentation Seamus Cunningham (Vice-Chair) and Kay Duffy (Founder) presenting a cheque for the Education Fund to the consultants (Dr McDougall, Dr Cash & Dr McCorry). The RVH Liver Support Group committed £25,000 this year towards the purchase