Sue Ryder Foundation warns residents of threat to its future
Non-profit provides accommodation and care for elderly across country
The Sue Ryder Foundation, which provides accommodation and care for elderly people around Ireland, has written to some of its residents warning that because of its financial position it “must adapt or cease to exist”.
In correspondence seen by the Business Post, the non-profit’s chief executive Gavin Reid warned residents that “the foundation faces significant challenges financially due to ongoing changes in regulation and rising costs”. As such, Reid wrote, “we cannot continue...
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