Geraldine hits €15k of her €40k target so far

Geraldine Greenan from Geraldine's Skincare Clinic in Westport Leisure Park nominated the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre fundraising campaign for their 2019 fundraiser. Loretta McDonagh, director of services, was present to accept a cheque for €15,000 from Geraldine who is the proprietor in the clinic. Also in attendance were Deputy Lisa Chambers, Cllr Rose Conway-Walsh, Austin Francis O'Malley, Ger Ryan (event manager), Michele McDonald 10k fundraiser, Cllr Blackie Gavin, and Ray Moylette. Photo: Frank Dolan.

Geraldine Greenan from Geraldine's Skincare Clinic in Westport Leisure Park nominated the Mayo Rape Crisis Centre fundraising campaign for their 2019 fundraiser. Loretta McDonagh, director of services, was present to accept a cheque for €15,000 from Geraldine who is the proprietor in the clinic. Also in attendance were Deputy Lisa Chambers, Cllr Rose Conway-Walsh, Austin Francis O'Malley, Ger Ryan (event manager), Michele McDonald 10k fundraiser, Cllr Blackie Gavin, and Ray Moylette. Photo: Frank Dolan.

Geraldine Greenan, proprietor of Geraldine's Skincare Clinic, Westport, has so far raised a total of €15,000 towards her target of €40k to assist Mayo Rape Crisis Centre.

This figure was raised through her recent fundraising drive which saw a group organised by Geraldine take part in the West of Ireland Mini Marathon along with a number of in salon competitions, where she brought together fellow salon owners to help with her fundraising activities.

Geraldine would like to extend a warm thank you to everyone who has helped raise funds so far including councillors Teresa McGuire, Paul McNamara and Michael Kilcoyne and local election candidate Austin Francis O'Malley. Geraldine is planning a number of other fundraising events throughout the year and you can make a donation on Go Fund me - just search for Geraldine's Mayo Rape Crisis Centre Fundraiser.

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