Cancer Fund For Children Offer Businesses The Opportunity To Experience The Magic Of Daisy Lodge

Children’s cancer charity, Cancer Fund for Children is offering businesses and organisations throughout Northern Ireland the opportunity to experience the ‘Magic of Daisy Lodge’ whilst making a difference to the lives of children and young people impacted by cancer.

Daisy Lodge is Cancer Fund for Children’s unique therapeutic facility nestled at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains in Newcastle Co. Down.  Since opening Daisy Lodge in 2014 the charity has welcomed over 2,140 families affected by cancer for a free short break, allowing them to relax and recuperate and spend precious time together as a family unit. Now the charity is offering organisations the opportunity to use this amazing space for conferences, meetings and team building days to help raise vital funds.

To accommodate businesses they have a range of hospitality packages and facilities on offer.  This includes three private meeting rooms and a dining area that can accommodate small parties up to groups of up to 80 guests, free on-site parking, accommodation on request and the services of their award winning hospitality and catering team

Joan Burden, Cancer Fund for Children’s Hospitality Manager explains,

“When families aren’t staying with us we want to be able to offer companies the chance to use this tranquil and nurturing space. Daisy Lodge has been described by many families as a ‘haven’ and it really is the perfect space for businesses to take time out and gain inspiration. Better still by hiring our facilities you will be helping us provide hundreds of children diagnosed with cancer or living with a parent with cancer with practical and emotional support when they need it most.”

Not only will organisations using the facilities available at Daisy Lodge find breath-taking views of the Mourne Mountains they will also enjoy quality catering from Cancer Fund for Children’s hospitality team who have been awarded the Taste of Ulster for five consecutive years.

To find out more about Cancer Fund for Children’s corporate hospitality packages and how your organisation can meet their corporate social responsibility needs please contact Joan Burden T:028 9080 5599 or email

Read their CFFC Corporate Hospitality Brochure or visit the Cancer Fund for Children website for more details.

Contact Cancer Fund for Children’s Communications Manager, Rachel Burgoyne on 028 9080 5599 or email for further enquiries.