With over €60,000 raised for charity through ongoing donations from worldwide proceeds from sales your support and Adam’s Love touches Families whose lives have been irreversibly changed through childhood illness or loss while at the same time creating a magical warm bonding experience filled with love for everyone to share with their family.
Because of the inspiration behind my books, I have picked 4 charities that help families affected by childhood illness and loss. Over the years each time I publish a book I allocate a charity to be the benefactor of the 2% of world wide sales proceeds. Here is a brief introduction to the charities I work with and support.
Barnardos is a children’s charity working with vulnerable children and their families in Ireland and campaign for the rights of all children. Barnardos was established in Ireland in 1962.Visit Site
Barretstown is a specially-designed camp that provides Therapeutic Recreation programmes for children with serious illnesses and their families. Barretstown’s mission is to rebuild the lives of children affected by serious illness.Visit Site
LauraLynn is Ireland’s only children’s hospice. We provide much-needed respite, home support and end-of-life care for children with life limiting conditions and their families. When life is short, two things become very important to families: the quality of life and making the most of every day…….every moment counts.Visit Site
Make-A-Wish® Ireland has one simple aim – We grant the wishes of children aged between 3 and 17 years living with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strengh and joy.Visit Site
In an ideal world, this website would not existIn an ideal world, children outlive their parents…
Anam Cara Parent Bereavement understands we don’t live in an ideal world, we live in a world after our precious children have died before their time. Bereaved parents have set up this organisation to help themselves and all bereaved parents cope with their grief and loss and journey on.Visit Site