Frequently Asked Questions

Kilmainham Square, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Driving to the hospital takes about 15-20 minutes due to the one way system as you have to go through Inchicore. However it is only a 10 minute walk if you go through IMMA when energy levels improve.

The apartments are really comfortable. It has a TV with lots of channels but there is no wifi. There is a gas hob and an electric oven, microwave, toaster, kettle and a fridge/freezer and washing machine.

There is a SuperValu shop when you walk through IMMA grounds and turn left. There is a Tesco close by in Inchicore and a Spar shop beside the War Memorial gardens.

Community fundraising is very important to the Trust, you can setup an I donate page through our website.  Once this is complete the Trust can keep track of the money raised.  You can raise money by running/walking marathons, Women’s mini marathon,  Easter fairs, Camino, all fun events. Click here for more ideas

We have branded t-shirts you can email about your event and let us know what sizes you need. See our contact page

Bone Marrow Leukaemia Trust

We provide direct support for patients and their relatives – especially recognising the support needed for those coming from outside Dublin. We also support the running of the Haematology Department in St James’s Hospital, Dublin, in the National Allogeneic Transplant Center. It is the only location where an adult can receive a sibling or matched unrelated donor stem cell transplant.


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