BUMBLEance is made up of a network of Drivers and Vehicles with an aim to give a lift both physically and emotionally to their little passengers. We are happy to say, most of our journeys are successful. Children get the care and attention they need for their road to recovery or to support them to live their most fulfilled lives that their conditions allow. Unfortunately, some children are given the devastating news that there is no other medical intervention available. We are there for those families too.
During The Toughest Journeys
On November 20th, BUMBLEance are paying tribute to those who we have lost since our service began 9 years ago. Join us for a Bee-autiful sunrise hike by climbing the Galtee Mountains at daybreak. The sunrise is in remembrance to the 90 children we have brought on their final journey home. Please, take part and remember our Angel Bees that are no longer with us but will always be a part of the BUMBLEance family.
Pictures from the day!
BUMBLEance is The Children's Ambulance Service. A service born out of heartbreak, who support children in their journey to their hospital appointments from rural areas of Ireland.
In these, thankfully, rare occasions we are there to give comfort on a child’s final journey home. To honour our past service users, this November for Remembrance Month – we are paying tribute to those who we have lost since our service began. We are asking you to support us by climbing the Galtee Mountain’s at daybreak for a beautiful, guided sunrise hike on the 20th of November. This hike is dedicated to the 90 children we brought on their final journey home. Please, take part and remember our Bees that are no longer with us but will always be a part of the BUMBLEance family.
In remembrance of our Angel Bees
Lifting spirits during the toughest journeys is what we strive to do here at BUMBLEance. High spirits is a remembrance hike for our incredible Brave and Bright King and Queen Angel Bees who we will always keep in our memory. The money that you raise during this hike will ensure that we can continue to look out for families around the country who need vital support during the most tough and heartbreaking times in their life.