Roseweek began in 1987 with the goal of raising much needed awareness of Autism. Since then it has continued to raise awareness whilst also providing financial support to allow The Irish Society for Autism to provide our residential services.
The support of volunteers and schools has been vital in the success of Roseweek.
As the recession continues to affect charity fundraising with many charities finding themselves with greater pressure on their ability to provide services the help of volunteers and schools is now even more vital!
We need Volunteers and Schools to come on board and help us sell Roses in Supermarkets, Shopping Centres and Streets across the country.
To find out more contact Gemma on 01 874 4684