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Friends of Wexford General Hospital is a registered Charity, initially formed to harness the efforts of people in the community to raise funds for a much needed Oncology Day Unit at Wexford General Hospital.  A call went out to the people of Co Wexford to raise funds to build a new unit giving cancer patients Dignity, Privacy and Comfort whilst undergoing treatment.

The response was phenomenal. Over €2 million was raised – smashing the target in a few short months! The unit was opened in March 2009 and has been helping cancer patients around the County since then.

This significant achievement demonstrated that the community see investment in their local hospital a very worthwhile cause. Many more initiatives have been funded through the generosity of the people of Co Wexford.

Fundraising is a continuous process and the needs for fundraising have never been as necessary as they are now. Learn more about how you can help your local hospital

ALL monies raised for Friends of Wexford General Hospital go directly to the charity.

About Us

Friends of Wexford General Hospital was established in 2006. It is a charitable organisation (No CHY 17610) that acts as a conduit between the public and the hospital to raise funds to ensure that the community served by the hospital benefits to the fullest extent from advances in medical science. Friends of Wexford General Hospital are actively involved with the hospital management team on how the money fundraised is allocated within the hospital.

Latest News

October 15, 2018

MRI Fundraising hits its target

The MRI – Now fundraising has reached its target of €250,000. The fundraising which has been active up and down the County for close on a […]
August 1, 2018

Hope and Dream raise €36,280 for MRI Now Campaign

There was a real sense of anticipation at Enniscorthy Credit Union as organisers and friends of the annual Hope and Dream 10 gathered to announce the […]
June 26, 2018

The Thermometer is Rising at Wexford General Hospital

The MRI NOW fundraiser which is ongoing across Co Wexford is well on the way. The signage outside of the hospital shows the temperature has now […]