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The National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street is one of the busiest
maternity hospitals in Europe delivering almost 10,000 babies per 
year – that is over 25 babies a day – at least 1 every hour!

The NMH Foundation raises much needed funds to support the work of
the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street. 

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NMH EVENTS

Rock n Roll Lisbon 

This year why not challenge yourself to participate in one of the world's most entertaining sporting events and help raise vital funds to secure a much needed Neonatal Transport System for Holles Street NMH Foundation. The incredible hard working foundation urgently need to buy new life-saving equipment, a Neonatal Transport System, which will impact the lives of thousands of babies.

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SAVE THE DATE! The 5th Annual NMH Foundation Fashion Show takes place on Friday November 18th!

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We are delighted to be celebrating World Prematurity Day 2017 - if you would like to attend our very special coffee morning this year please get in touch!

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Community Events

Hold your own fundraising event

Our community fundraisers are at the heart of what we do! Our army of supporters across Ireland spread the message of our work and raise much needed funds which makes a real difference to premature and sick babies and their families.

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There’s a special place where tiny lives hang in the balance every day.

Please help us continue to save and heal fragile lives.

Join The Holles Street Family Fund

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE HOLLES STREET FAMILY FUND

Healing & Saving Fragile Lives

Please take a few minutes to watch our video about our families and how the NMH Foundation supports the hosptial in its work to heal and save fragile lives.