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Fundraising For Down Syndrome Ireland
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Spinathon was a brilliant success. We raised a grand total of €1,379.82 for Down Syndrome Ireland. Wooooo we're on the up and up.

Down Syndrome Ireland

Established in 1971, Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) is the voice of people with Down syndrome and the...

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We are a group of 6 swimmers who have endeavoured to swim a 2-Way crossing of the English Channel in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland to raise funds for their Early Development and Adults Literacy (LATCH-ON) programmes. Our window of Opportunity for the swim will be from 9-14th July (Weather dependent!).

Meet the Team:

Carol Cashell (34):
Carol hails From Carrigtohill in Co. Cork and swims with Dolphin Masters SC as competitive pool swimmer and now turned open water swimmer. Carol coaches Dolphin Masters SC and has completed numerous long distance open water swims including the Cork to Cobh (16km) in 2010...

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Supporters

103
04-09-2013

Anonymous

Some more dropped into me...

15.00
09-08-2013

Ann Marie

Well done again Maeve!

20.00
09-08-2013

Aine

Best of luck guys xxxx

20.00
01-08-2013

Owen O'Keefe

20.00
30-07-2013

Karen Mc

Well done guys

20.00
24-07-2013

Mrs. Deborah Hunter

Well done Eoin (we met on the towpath)and all the other team members.

10.00
24-07-2013

James, Audrey, Meabh and Anna Bilson

Well done Eoin and Team. Were away when you did the swim but massively impressed with your achievement. Catch up with you soon all being well

25.00
24-07-2013

Lee and Laura

You put us fair weather channel dippers to shame. Hugely impressed xx

20.00
18-07-2013

Lucy Hasson

Amazing achievement...

100.00
17-07-2013

Andrew & Nicola Bunbury

50.00

About the Cause

Down Syndrome Ireland
Established in 1971, Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) is the voice of people with Down syndrome and their families throughout Ireland. The charity has over 3,500 members with 25 branches nationwide. Down Syndrome Ireland provides ‘all-through-life’ support services to people with Down syndrome with specialists in the areas of new parents, health, early development, speech and language, education, employment and independence that enhance the lives of thousands of childre...