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Coffee Morning in Ruby Sundays for Kilmartins Temple Street Fundraiser

Kilmartins Temple Street Fundraiser pictured above Claire O’Donnell and Julie Kilmartin, Kilmartin Educational Services, Ciarán O’Brien and Nan Pattamang, Ruby Sundays Café. Picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerick.

Kilmartins Educational Services will be hosting a Kilmartins Temple Street Fundraiser in Ruby Sundays Café on Friday, October 28 at 11am.

Ruby Sundays, a newly opened café and restaurant which is next door to Kilmartins, will have tea and coffee for all who attend the event. People who attend are encouraged to donate anything they can to the charity in order to help Temple Street Foundation as every donation will count.

I Love Limerick spoke to Julie Kilmartin, Principal Kilmartins Educational Services about the fundraiser, “All the staff wanted to get involved in some shape or form in terms of fundraising for a very good cause and we always wanted to do something of value, giving back to the community. We opted for Temple Street as Temple Street Foundation’s one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children in Ireland at Temple Street Children’s University Hospital for generations to come. This is our first time doing an event like this but we are hoping to make this an annual event.”




The companies in close proximity to the education service have been invited by Julie but the invitation has been extended to everyone in Limerick who wishes to attend and donate to Temple Street Foundation.

Kilmartin Educational Services is a Munster based educational establishment. They have premises in O’Connell Street, Limerick and Bindon Street, Ennis.  Julie Kilmartin, Founder and Principal of Kilmartin’s, has years of experience teaching Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Today, through Kilmartin Educational Services, Julie offers students a wide range of educational services from tuition classes to study skills seminars. The services on offer here are constantly evolving and expanding to meet the needs of the students of the Mid-West.

To check out the page for Temple Street Foundation click here.

To check out the page for Kilmartin Education Services click here.

For more news on fundraisers from I Love Limerick click here.

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