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Cois Nore Cancer Support Centre

Vote for Cois Nore

Please vote for Cois Nore in the AIB Community Fund 2024 (closing date: 8th June) to help us secure vital funds. All you need to do is click on the link and complete the form.

Charity Number: 20079666

Social Theme: ‘Other’

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AIB Community Fund

Vote for Us in the AIB Communtiy Fund 2024

Please vote for Cois Nore in the AIB Community Fund 2024 (before it closes on 8th June). All you need to do is click on the link below and complete the form. Charity Number: 20079666 Social Theme: ‘Other’. This is a vital year for us as we will be working on our new premises that … Continued

Vhi Mini Marathon

Are you are thinking of running, waking or jogging the VHI Mini Marathon? Would you like to fundraise for Cois Nore at the same time? Please contact us via email to [email protected] or on (056) 775 2222. This year Cois Nore will have a bus going to Dublin for our fundraisers so make sure to … Continued

Cois Nore Summer Raffle

There are great prizes to be won in this year’s Cois Nore Summer Raffle! Thank you to all the businesses that have kindly provided raffle prizes 4 Silver Package Tickets for racing at Gowran Park Racecourse €100 Gift Card for Kildare Village €100 Voucher for The Watergate Voucher for Yesterdays Lunch for 4 in Meubles … Continued

Gift Of Care

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Cois Nore launch ‘Gift of Care’ fundraising campaign

Cois Nore launched the 'Gift of Care' fundraising campaign in the Medieval Mile Museum in Kilkenny on Thursday 9th November. The campaign aims to raise 2 million euros to fund the cost of acquiring, refurbishing and scaling up operations at its new premises on the Waterford Road in Kilkenny city.

Cois Nore

Support Service

”Cois Nore is like a second family, it’s a place of safety, there is an unspoken understanding.”

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”A cancer diagnosis is much more than the physicality of the disease.”

Mission Statement

Cois Nore is an organisation serving the Kilkenny area which provides free confidential support and both professional and voluntary services to people of all ages affected by cancer and their families to enable them to live well with their diagnosis.