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Hagan Homes abseil to help terminally ill children

Hagan Homes, one of Northern Ireland’s largest home builders, is taking part in a charity abseil this Sunday at The Europa Hotel, Belfast in aid of Children to Lapland Trust.

The NI Children to Lapland and Days to Remember Trust is a charity that aims to fulfil the dreams of terminally ill, life limited and deserving children by taking them on a trip of a lifetime to see Santa at his home in Lapland.  Funds raised from the abseil will go directly towards the trip on 17 December 2019.

Jim Burke, Director of Sales and Acquisition at Hagan Homes, discusses:

“Hagan Homes is committed to supporting local communities and organisations that have families and young people at the heart of what they do. We have worked closely with NI Children to Lapland and Days to Remember Trust for many years. What they offer terminally ill or life limited children and their families is absolutely priceless – creating magical memories by helping them to travel on a trip of a lifetime to Lapland.

“It is undoubtedly one of the most rewarding and deserving charities we have ever been involved with. I, along with my colleagues Matthew Hamilton, Andrea Sinclair, Lorraine Weir and Stephen Mitchell, are delighted to join forces with the charity once again and help with their fundraising efforts. If you would like to donate please check out our Just Giving page”.

In Northern Ireland, at any given time, there are over 1000 children suffering from a terminal illness.  The NI Children to Lapland and Days to Remember Trust does not receive any government or national funding, it is totally reliant on donations. Trips are made possible by the generosity of many individuals and companies.

Abseilers are asked to raise a minimum of £100 to take part.