In the recent weeks we asked our supporters to send a message of encouragement and support to our brave medical volunteers who are on the frontlines in the fight against Covid-19 in Ireland, working to keep us safe. We were overwhelmed by the amazing messages we received, so we’re sharing some of them with you. If you want to send your message, please click here.
“Just to say a very big thank you for all the work you are doing in this very challenging time. You are all very brave and selfless and it’s thanks to people like you that are keeping the rest of the country going. Stay safe and well yourself and God bless you all.”
Saoirse, Mary and John
“Thank you for all your caring, love and bravery in this strange and difficult time. May God keep us all safe and bring us through in his love and care. God Bless and love to you all.”
“The world is a better place because of you. We may give our money, but you put it to great use. Your sacrifice & dedication is fantastic. You alleviate suffering and also bring joy. God bless you all and your own families. Stay safe. Giving money is easy. You do the work.”
“You are all doing a great job. We could not thank you enough. You are all heroes. Keep up the good work. Thinking of you all.”
We are so proud of your unfailing courage, goodness and spirit of goodwill to all those beautiful children and now to our own people during this pandemic.
Thank you and may God bless and protect you.”
“Well done on all the hard work you are all doing in the front line. It is not easy at the moment with all the problems around the world. You are all in our thoughts and prayers, as we are all in this together. Keep up the good work, hopefully it will be over soon. Best wishes.”
Murial Silke, Ireland
“Dia dhaoibh an obair (God bless the work)”
“Dear Brave Hearts
What would we all do without your expertise and dedication at a time when COVID-19 is threatening our very existence?! We deeply appreciate what you are doing to keep us safe and well and in such an unselfish manner. May you all stay safe and enjoy a good rest when this is over.”
Patricia Greaney, Dublin.
“Fair play – you are all doing a fabulous job and I salute you. Do keep safe & mind yourselves. I really appreciate the sacrifice you all are making I am over 80 – feeling very well thank God but “confined to barracks” as it were for the duration. I look forward to getting out eventually for a few lovely pints.”
Luis O’Rourke, Bray