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Win this Pamper Hamper worth over €120 by donating as much or as little as you like to The Peter McVerry Trust via my idonate page.

Visit and donate a few euro to be put in a draw for this prize. The prize includes:

  • A €50 voucher for the healing hut which can be redeemed on massage, facials or reflexology. 

  • An Eve Taylor Candle worth €20, wild fig and grape scent- this can also be used as a moisturiser when the wax melts! 

  • An Eve Taylor soothing serum oil which contains hazelnut oil, soya oil containing vitamins A,B,D and E, expertly hand blended essential oils of lavender, geranium, cypress, eucalyptus and sandalwood to balance, calm and oxygenate the tissues. Worth €18. 

  • A mindfulness colouring book to relax, Ogam bath salts, A heat pack for sore shoulders, chamomile and spearmint tea, a lovely mug to drink it in, a chocolate Santy to accompany it and a Rudolf teddy to cuddle after your lovely salt bath!!​

  • Just click the "donate" button to donate and be in with a chance to win! If you'd prefer to keep your donation anonymous please text me your name to let me know that you have entered so I can put you in the draw.


Competition Ends Thursday 20th December 2018

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I chose this charity as I really wanted to do something in aid of homelessness as it is such a huge epidemic in Ireland right now. The Peter McVerry Trust also provide services for people with addictions. This is also a huge issue right now. With my background in psychiatric nursing this charity appealed to me. 
Established in 1983, Peter McVerry Trust provides low-threshold entry services, primarily to young people and vulnerable adults with complex needs. They offer pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of the Housing First model.
As they mark their 35th anniversary in 2018, your support and kindness ensures that they can continue to provide crucial services to those who need them most.
Last year, Peter McVerry Trust supported 4,971 individuals across their services. By the end of the year, they were providing over 1,000 beds nightly. As the demand for their services continues to grow, they are ever expanding the range of accommodation and supports they provide.

You can visit for more information.

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