This morning our Hell & Back team presented a cheque for over €4,000 to Barry Cuddy from Le Chéile Autism Unit. These funds will assist with the development of a permanent building for Le Chéile allowing them to cater for the existing demands on the current classroom. Thanks to all who have contributed over the past couple of months, your generosity has been greatly appreciated.
On the 29th of September 2018 a group of colleagues from Truwood will participate in the gruelling Hell & Back challenge in Co. Wicklow. The purpose of the trip is to raise much needed funds for a local organisation.
Le Chéile Autism Unit at Edenmore N.S. opened in September 2016 and at present there is one class which is already full. Le Chéile caters for the learning needs of students with ASD from the North Monaghan area. The class is currently accommodated in a prefabricated unit on a temporary basis, but it is hoped that plans for a permanent building along with a second class will be secured in the near future.
Please see the link to our GoFundMe page.
Run To Remember Gary - Friday 17th August 2018 at 7:30pm
Starting and finishing at Emyvale GAA Grounds where there will be light refreshments served afterwards
Come along runners, joggers and walkers all welcome
All donations on the evening will benefit local charities and the Jack and Jill Foundation
Please find a link to the gofundme page below if you wish to donate!
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