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Féileacáin Wave of Light 2021

By Aisling Cregan | 14/10/2021

Carlow: St Clare’s Church Graiguecullen Woodford Dolmen Hotel Cavan: Cavan Courthouse Clare: Clare County Council Cork: Cork University Maternity Hospital Cork City Hall University College Cork Main Quadrangle Spearline, Skibberean Belvelly Castle Cobh Johnson Controls One Albert Quay Chris Mee Fire Rescue Training Centre Cork Cork County Council Headquarters Donegal: Letterkenny General Hospital Donegal Public

“Remember Our Names” – Féileacáin pleads with the Irish Government to make the Stillbirth Register Public

By Aisling Cregan | 14/10/2021

‘Wave of light’ on October 15th in support of those who have lost a baby Launching our “Remember Our Names” Campaign as part of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Month The public and the business community are invited to join millions of people worldwide in raising awareness of pregnancy and infant loss on Friday, 15th

Memorial Trees

By Aisling Cregan | 13/10/2021

Féileacáin members planted the first Butterfly Remembrance Tree up in Naul, Co. Dublin with Irish Trees. There is now an opportunity for families to plant a Memorial Tree in loving memory of their baby or loved one. The cost of planting a Memory Tree is €105, this includes €40 donation to Féileacáin, the planting of

Global Wave of Light

By Aisling Cregan | 02/10/2020

Féileacáin the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland are calling on buildings across Ireland to join the global wave of light on Thursday 15th October 2020. October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month and each year on October 15th there is a global wave of Light where across the World at 7pm candles,

Wave of Light

By Aisling Cregan | 03/10/2019

Here is an update of the buildings lighting up for Babyloss Awareness Day and locations for people meeting and having a Candle Lighting Wave of Light together!

Coping with Stillbirth loss

By Aisling Cregan | 02/03/2019

For most families, pregnancy and the birth of a baby is a time of hope, excitement, joy and wonder.  And while the majority of pregnancies start out this way, not all end so happily.  Instead of the happiness of greeting a new baby, some families will be faced with the grim reality of coping with

O’Brien Fine Foods

By Aisling Cregan | 26/02/2019

Thank you to O’Brien Fine Foods, who chose Féileacáin as one of their charities for 2019, and donated €2000 to us. The donation was made as a result of staff nominations for the charity, and was made in memory of Luca Byrne. What a lovely gesture and we are all very grateful….  Since luca’s birth