NRH Cookbook – Nurturing Recipes for Happiness
We are delighted to announce our very first NRH Cookbook is now available for purchase. Each recipe was submitted by patients and staff, past and present, of the NRH to create this fabulous cookbook.
All proceeds from the NRH Cookbook will go to the Valentine’s Fund, a patient support fund in the NRH Medical Social Work Department.
Support the NRH Medical Social Work Valentine’s Fund……
Whether you are looking for a present for friends or family, teachers or minders, staff members or clients, the NRH Cookbook is the ideal gift.
The cookbook contains 85 recipes, from sweet treats to chicken, from fish, to meat, and lots more, there are recipes for every occasion and taste!
The cookbook is available to purchase in the NRH Coffee Shop.
- Cost: €15
Or have a copy posted to you:
- P&P: €5
- Cost: €15
- Total: €20
Cash can be paid on collection from the NRH Foundation or purchased in the NRH Coffee Shop.
• Bank Account name: NRH Foundation – Account Number: 60 944 572 – Sort Code: 90 11 16
• IBAN: IE04 BOFI 9011 1660 9445 72 – BIC Code: BOFI IE 2D – Bank name: Bank of Ireland
Post a cheque or postal order made out to the NRH Foundation to: NRH Foundation, NRH (National Rehabilitation Hospital), Rochestown Avenue, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland, A96 P235
You can use our online donation system below to pay now online. Enter a €20 donation fee to cover the cost of the NRH Cookbook and P&P.
NEXT STEP: Email us to let us know which payment method you have selected and your postal details.
For large orders please contact the fundraising office direct: 01-2355280 or email.
What is the Valentine’s Fund?
Most patients, Adults & Children, who attend the NRH have had a sudden life altering illness or accident. Many are younger adults who are at an earlier stage in their life cycle in terms of having young children, dependant parents and high mortgages. A considerable number of our working patients are unable to return to their previous job and are now dependant on Social Protection payments. Parents of children attending the NRH are generally struggling to keep their financial situation on track while one parent has to stop working to be in the hospital with their sick child. Given that the NRH is a national service, families often struggle to pay the costs to travel to and from the NRH and to pay for hidden costs of disability such as higher medical and heating bills and extra child care costs. The economic situation has also meant that more families were struggling financially prior to the injury and that employers are less able to support in terms of paid leave.
The Funds raised so far have provided an opportunity for the social work department in the NRH to be responsive to individual and family needs in exceptional circumstances where no other resources may be accessible to them. As such, funds raised have directly benefited patients and families in very personal and practical ways.
The funds are used exclusively for the benefit of patients and their families within the NRH. The Social Work Department allocates funding on the basis of assessed need and inability to source funding through other statutory and voluntary bodies.