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NUI Galway’s 11th annual volunteering fair will take place on Wednesday September 26 in the Bailey Allen Hall, from 1pm to 5pm, with more than 2,000 students, staff, and members of the general public expected to attend.
IT IS probably Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous quote: “What does not kill me makes me stronger,” and it holds true for Delorentos who have came through a gruelling couple of years to re-assert themselves in 2012 as a great indie-rock band delivering their finest album to date.
To mark the start of Haiti Week 2012, Hibernia College founder and local Mayo man, Dr Seán Rowland, joined An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, former Munster and Irish rugby player Mick Galwey, and various other top businessmen in Ireland to launch the third annual Cycle4Haiti charity cycle.
A Mayo journalist has been awarded funding under a prestigious media fund, run by Irish Aid, the Government’s programme of assistance to developing countries.
Gift card specialist One4all has kicked off its 2011 charity Christmas Jumper Day campaign. This year, One4all is calling on the people of Westmeath to don a festive jumper and be in with a chance to win €5,000 for their charity of choice.
The defeat of James Stephens in Nowlan Park last Sunday wasn’t a huge surprise, given the exploits of the team over the previous fortnight.
Kilkenny intermediate champions Danesfort take on Carlow senior champions Mount Leinster Rangers in Nowlan Park in what looks like a fairly even contest.
The Westport Sea2Summit – one of the country’s largest adventure races taking place on Saturday November 12 – has just announced the Gena Heraty Haiti Fund as its official charity partner for this year’s event. A percentage of each entry fee will be donated directly to the voluntary organisation, which is battling tirelessly to save the lives of the some of the country’s poorest people.
Samaritan’s Purse is launching its annual children’s charity project, Operation Christmas Child, from October 1 onwards with a new manager, Nicola Wilson, in charge in Ireland.
Wednesday night at Monroes will see a remarkable first prize up for grabs in a raffle designed to raise funds for Haiti.