65 Roses Day
65 Roses Day

65 Roses Day

65 Roses Day is the National Fundraising Day for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland and takes place on April 13th. 

Cystic Fibrosis National Awareness Week 2017 took place from April 10th to 16th, with 65 Roses Day taking place on April 13th.

A huge thank you to everyone who supported 65 Roses Day 2017 by volunteering or buying a purple rose.

Click below to view a gallery of images from 65 Roses Day 2017, which took place on Thursday April 13th. 


There are 3 ways you can help support CF Ireland during CFI National Awareness Week.  



When is 65 Roses Day?

65 Roses Day takes place on April 13th 2017.

Why 65 Roses?

'65 Roses' is how some children first learn how to say 'Cystic Fibrosis'. The symbol in Ireland for Cystic Fibrosis is a purple rose.

Why Support 65 Roses Day?

65 Roses Day is Cystic Fibrosis Ireland's National Flag Day. 

CF Ireland depend on voluntary income and donations to provide services and supports to people with CF in Ireland. 65 Roses Day is a major fundraising campaign and helps CF Ireland fund the services we provide such as exercise grants, transplant grants, bereavement counselling etc. 

Thank you to Malone Group for sponsoring the 65 Roses Day advertisement which ran on RTÉ Radio and 2FM in the lead up to 65 Roses Day 2017. Click below to list to the radio advertisement. 



For more information or to get involved with 65 Roses Day contact Peter / Nuala on 01 496 2433 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Keep up to date with plans for 65 Roses Day through CFI Social Media

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