Torch of Hope

8th October 2017

At the heart of this event is the idea that it gives families, friends and communities who have been affected by cancer a chance to unite and to honour lost loved ones. Please join our fundraising event on Sunday 8th October 2017 at 5pm and help ARC Cancer Support Centres to continue its vital work. 

This community event will see teams of people starting the walk at 5pm from the entrance of Blackrock Park on the Southside and The Wooden Bridge, Dollymount on the Northside. Northside will meet Southside on the Samuel Beckett Bridge at approximately 6.30pm. The closing ceremony will be followed by entertainment with surprise celebrity appearances at the CHQ building in the IFSC.


**Registration now open - to register please contact jessica@arccancersupport.ie





"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