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  • 05/08/2016

    The ARC Torch of Hope Relay

    The ARC Torch of Hope Relay takes place on Sunday, 9th of October around Dublin Bay.  This walk gives families and friends who have been affected by cancer a chance to unite and[...]


  • 21/04/2017

    Talking To Children About Cancer

    Wednesday 24th May ARC Cancer Support Centres , 65 Eccles Street ‘Talking to Children about Cancer’ Yvonne O'Meara Psycho Social Oncology (Medical Social Worker & Systemic Psychotherapist)  Talking to Children about cancer can be challenging on many levels. This presentation is suitable to[...]


  • 21/04/2017

    Fancy a Dip in the Nip in aid of ARC Cancer Support Centres?

    Fancy a Dip in the Nip in aid of ARC Cancer Support Centres?Dare to bare? Then why not join in the ARC Dip in the Nip which is taking place in a secret Dublin location[...]


"The reflexology was a great comfort and I really enjoyed the hours for myself in trying times."

Angela - ARC client

"I'm back at work, going running and taking a bit more time for myself. I am just getting on with life."

Gemma - ARC client

"Cancer touches everyone's life and volunteering with ARC creates a positive mindset from which many things are possible."

Edel O'Leary - Head of Marketing, Ulster Bank Ireland Ltd

"ARC supported me and my partner in my hour of need. I now just want to give something back."

Elizabeth - ARC volunteer

"To everyone at ARC - for being the essence of human kindness and compassion; for giving me a sense of sanity in a world that had fallen apart."

Mary - Counselling

"ARC is such a very special, beautiful place and a joy to enter every time. It is a privilege to be met by such wonderful and committed people...this dedication and support and love is not, or could ever be, taken for granted."

Geraldine - Relaxation and Visualisation