This weekend saw an  incredibly proud day for Cork as ARC Cancer Support House welcomed An Taoiseach Micheál Martin to officially open their new home on Sarsfield Road. The day also marked the celebration of 20 years of Cork ARC.

Their premises at Sarsfield Road has been developed with the aim to become a benchmark centre of excellence for the provision of non-clinical cancer support in Ireland.

Kabana Lifestyle are so proud to be part of this project. We’re committed to developing the grounds around Sarsfield Road to include a Sanctuary and Sensory garden.

Speaking at the official opening, Taoiseach Micheál Martin said:

“I’m delighted to be here today to celebrate twenty years of Cork ARC Cancer Support House in the community.

“I have followed their work closely for many years and regularly see the positive impact that Cork ARC has on so many lives,

“They are a pillar of support in our community.”

Managing Director of Kabana Lifestyle, Pat Crowley, commented, “This is a project which brings great relief, support, kindness, & knowledge  into the lives of people with cancer. It’s also a great resource for their families. We at Kabana Lifestyle  feel privileged to be a part of this magnificent centre. Cancer touches so many lives in our community and this centre offers light and hope to so many people and their families.”

ARC house continues to be a place of refuge and sanctuary for so many people in Cork and beyond. Their message to Cancer patients everywhere is simple. You are not alone. 

You can support the work they do at ARC House by following this link. cancer



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