Imperial Hotel Easter Chocolate Sale With Pieta House

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This Easter the Imperial hotel with its official charity partner Pieta House launch their 2018 Easter Chocolate Sale.

Picture: Michael O’Sullivan/OSM Photo 
Pictured are Angela Horgan, Advocacy and Funding Co-ordinator, Pieta House; Darran Coyle-Gard, Funding and Advocacy Executive, Pieta House; Rebecca English, Pastry Chef, Imperial Hotel, Cork, and Fritz Potgieter, General Manager, Imperial Hotel, Cork.

The Easter Chocolate Sale takes place on Wednesday the 28th and Thursday the 29th of March.

Picture: Michael O’Sullivan/OSM Photo
Pictured are Fritz Potgieter, General Manager, Imperial Hotel; Rebecca English, Pastry Chef, Imperial Hotel, and Angela Horgan, Funding and Advocacy Co-ordinator, Pieta House.

All proceeds from the Cork based events go directly to the Cork centre of Pieta House, and is definitely worth the purchase for such a good cause.

Picture: Michael O’Sullivan/OSM Photo Pictured is Pastry Chef, Rebecca English, announcing details of the Imperial Hotel, Cork’s Easter Chocolate Sale in aid of Pieta House.

For more information on Pieta House visit or call 1800 247 247

Words from the Imperial Hotel

We are delighted to collaborate with Pieta House Cork as our dedicated charity partner for 2018 and 2019, we hope that through future events and fundraising, we can help make a real difference.

Pieta House offers a free, accessible and community-based service for people that have attempted, are thinking about or have been bereaved by suicide and people engaging in selfharm. Their round the clock services are provided by fully accredited therapists. Pieta House work to bring people from a place where suicide and selfharm seem like the only option, to one of comfort and hope.

Of all the Pieta House Centers, the Cork service is the busiest, seeing an average of 84 people every day. This service is completely free of charge and relies heavily on donations from the public to meet demand, receiving between 10-15% Government funding. All funds raised in Cork directly support the Cork centre.