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Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) students have raised over €11,500 for local charities this year through active involvement in student societies.
Maree Oranmore Football Club is proud to announce its partnership with A Lust for Life as the official charity partner for their upcoming Win A Home in Oranmore fundraiser. The partnership was officially launched last month at Iconic Offices - The Masonry, Dublin.
Buy a ticket for Michael Bully Boy Smith and Galway’s top players on tomorrow December 8 at Keanes, Oranmore.
Galway City Mayor, Eddie Hoare and the President of Galway Lions Club, Frank O’Neill helped The Galway Lions Club launch its Christmas Appeal and annual Radio Auction with John Morley at the Galway Bay FM Studios.
Local man Liam McDwyer had dreamed of reaching Everest Base Camp since he was a young boy and read a book about the Himalayas. Over forty years later, and with encouragement from his wife, he decided that 2022 was the year in which he would set about making his dream come true. Now one year later Liam has completed the 130km trek, climbing 5,364m in the process, and has added a big tick against his “reach Mt. Everest Base Camp” bucket list box.
The Win A Home In Oranmore team officially launched their fundraiser at Carraig Lair Shopping Centre in Oranmore on Friday, October 27, in support of Maree Oranmore Football Club.
Supermac’s is hosting its annual charity fundraiser on November 17 at the LoughRea Hotel & Spa and this year, proceeds will be in aid of the Simon Community.
The Win A Home In Oranmore Team is inviting people from Oranmore, Maree and beyond to the launch event of its mouthwatering draw at an event in the village tomorrow Friday afternoon, October 27, at Carraig Lair Shopping Centre, Oranmore, from 3pm – 6pm.
In October 1979, two psychology students, Margaret Brehony and Kathy O’Grady teamed up with a philosophy student, Conall Mac Riocard and formed a group of volunteers. They started a twice weekly soup run to people who were sleeping rough in Galway. They made the soup and sandwiches at home and then they would do the run.
As Ireland positively progresses in the Rugby World Cup, Athlone Community Radio is reflecting the occasion, with two signed and framed Robbie Henshaw Ireland jerseys the prizes on offer in their fundraising initiative.