Eimear’s charity fundraisers ahead of Miss Ireland final

Eimear Noone (20) from Four Mile House has made it through to the coveted Miss Ireland 2023 competition. Eimear will be representing Roscommon at the national Miss Ireland final, which will be taking place in Dublin on the 4th of November.

Eimear is extremely proud to be representing our county at such a prestigious event. As part of the process, Eimear hopes to raise awareness and funds for Children’s Health Foundation and the Julian Benson Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Eimear will be raising awareness through her weekly slot on ‘RosFM’ with Seamus Duke, every Wednesday (10.45 am) between now and the final.

The Children’s Health Foundation raises vital funds to support sick children and their families in CHI hospitals and urgent care centres. Donations toward this foundation help to fund vital lifesaving equipment and provide essential patient and parental supports, to making ground-breaking paediatric research possible.

The Julian Benson Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was established by Julian Benson. This foundation aims to provide much-needed support and services to people suffering from cystic fibrosis and their families too. Donations toward this foundation help to fund therapeutic healing environments for the patients and their family, as well as helping the charity to achieve their goal in building Ireland’s first dedicated wellness respite retreat for cystic fibrosis patients.

Table quiz

Eimear will also be organising a table quiz at Doorly’s Bar located on Castle Street, Roscommon Town on the 27th of October at 8 pm. It’s four people per table, and €40 entry. She has also organised a raffle at the end of the night, with brilliant prizes sponsored by businesses located in Roscommon.