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Run for Haiti

This Sunday (February 7) take part in a run in Galway to help raise money which will go directly to Westport woman Gena Heraty who is working for an orphanage in Haiti.

Petals supporting Haiti appeal

The team at Petals Hair and Beauty Westport has a great offer on in their salon on Bridge Street, Westport, to help local woman Gena Heraty in her work rebuilding lives after Haiti’s earthquake.

Fundraiser for Haiti at Kelly’s

Little John Nee will be among the artists performing in Kelly’s, Bridge Street, tomorrow, for a fundraising concert and show for the earthquake victims in Haiti.

Fundraising gig for Simon Community @ Cuba*

GALWAY BANDS Mugger Dave, Voodoo Fire in Haiti, and Hombre will play a charity gig to raise funds for the Galway Simon Community on Monday in Cuba*Live.

Two-county vintage road run to benefit new Haiti Haven

Up to 100 vintage cars, tractors and motorbikes will take to the roads of Kilkenny and Wexford on Sunday, June 14 in support of a new Haven, which aims to build homes for the people of Haiti.

Disabled man to climb Croagh Patrick in aid of Haiti charity

Michael Corbett has not walked since a car accident left him a quadriplegic in 1975. However, this did not stop the man from Newport from wishing to climb one of his county’s highest peaks — Croagh Patrick.

Benefit for Haiti

A benefit gig to support a building project in Haiti will take place on Saturday (September 5) in Galway.

Conahy GAA Club hosts Haiti fundraiser

A cabaret in aid of the Haiti Earthquake Relief will be held in the Conahy Shamrocks GAA Clubhouse at Jenkinstown on this Saturday night.

Mayoral Hootenanny hots up for Haiti

Following on from the success of his first Mayoral Hootenanny, Mayor Malcolm Noonan has taken it upon himself to organise a second musical extravaganza in aid of the thousands of people displaced in earthquake-torn Haiti.

Our weather woes will encourage us to help Haitians

Over the past three months this region has suffered at the hands of mother nature — first with the floods which devastated and continues to devastate lives in parts of South Galway and in and around the Claregalway area where many people are still to return to their homes.

 

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