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Milford Care Centre 2023 Annual 10km run/walk takes place February 12



Milford Care Centre 2023 10k – Pictured above are Joe Ryan, MCC General Services Officer, Marie Wright, MCC Pharmacist, Mary O’Brien, MCC CEO, David Kilcoyne, Munster Rugby & Ireland International, Barbara O’Connell, MCC HR and Caroline Carey, MCC Risk & Safety Officer. Picture: Keith Wiseman

Milford Care Centre 2023 10k is a key fundraising event to support Hospice services

Milford Care Centre 2023 Annual 10km run/walk takes place February 12
Milford Hospice launch the 2023 10K with DELL and David Kilcoyne, Munster Ruby. Picture: Keith Wiseman

Milford Care Centre is delighted to announce details of their 11th annual 10km run/walk. A key fundraising event to support Hospice services, the Milford Care Centre 2023 Annual 10km run/walk will take place on Sunday, February 12 with a start time of 12 midday. It will be a 10km that can be enjoyed safely, and Milford looks forward to welcoming everyone to the Start Line or Virtually to run/walk together again.

The event kindly supported by DELL Technologies and Stryker is open to runners and walkers of all levels and abilities with the proceeds going directly to support the work of Milford Care Centre in the Mid-West.

David Kilcoyne, Munster Rugby and Irish Rugby International recently launched the Milford Care Centre 2023 annual 10km.  Dave explained; “I am thrilled to be supporting and bring awareness to Milford’s 10km run/walk this year.   I am very proud to be associated with this event, the work carried out by Milford Care Centre in our community is extremely important and valuable to the Mid-West region. I hope you can support Milford in raising funds vital to the running of Milford Hospice. We look forward to seeing you on February 12.”

Mary O’Brien, CEO of Milford Care Centre explained; “Milford Care Centre is grateful for the support of Dell and Stryker in helping us to make this event a success.  We are delighted to be planning the 10km run//walk for Milford Care Centre and look forward to participants joining us both onsite in Limerick and virtually from around Ireland and overseas. Despite the challenges of navigating Covid throughout 2022, Milford Care Centre has been able to maintain its commitment to providing the highest quality of care across all its services. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all those who have generously contributed to us this year, allowing us to continue providing specialist palliative care and older person services in the Mid-West. To all participants, near and far, thank you for your support and good luck on the day. We are especially thankful to Dell for their continued support and to Stryker, who will be featured on our running tops for the first time. Finally, we are grateful to Munster Rugby and Ireland international David Kilcoyne for his support in promoting this event.”

Sean O’Reilly, VP Fulfillment & Logistics and Dell Technologies Campus Leader notes “We are delighted to continue to support Milford Care Centre annual 10km run/walk to raise vital funds for its Hospice services. Dell Technologies has a long tradition of supporting community work locally and Milford Care Centre has long held a special place in the hearts and minds of all working at our campus in Limerick. We look forward to helping Milford raise much needed funds to continue to provide essential palliative care for those in need within the Mid-West. Many of the employees here at Dell are looking forward to participating in the run, please join us on the day and support Milford.”

Register before Sunday, January 29 to receive the early bird rate of €20, registration is €25 thereafter. Participants can register at For more information, please contact the Fundraising department on 061 485860. 

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