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Marie Presland's Fundraising Page

Marie Presland's Fundraising Page

Fundraising For Snowflakes Autism Support
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I'm doing Vhi Womens mini marathon to fundraise for Snowflakes Autism Support. Your support is very much appreciated.

Snowflakes Autism Support

Set up in January 2012, we are a support group for parents, siblings & children affected by...

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Thank you for taking the time to visit my fundraising page on iDonate.ie
I'm taking part in Vhi Womens mini marathon on Sunday 3rd of June 2018 .
I've chosen to fundraise for Snowflakes Autism Support . All funds raised here will go directly to this great cause.
I hope you can help me by donating whatever you can. Simply click the Donate button above. All donations are processed securely.
You can also share my page using Share options below. This is a great way to show your support.
Many Thanks for your support.

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Supporters

19
03-06-2018

Lorraine

Beat of luck!

25.00
02-06-2018

Ruth

Good Luck tomorrow Marie and and all supporting Snowflakes!

25.00
01-06-2018

Michael and Janice

Marie, good luck on Sunday for what is a very worthy cause.

30.00
01-06-2018

Morag Munro

Best of luck Marie xxx

10.00
22-05-2018

Ciaran Clancy

Best of luck Marie

100.00
21-05-2018

Anne McLaughlin

25.00
16-05-2018

Anita Brennan

Best of Luck Marie

20.00
13-05-2018

Babs

Best of luck on the day Marie, you will be great.

25.00
09-05-2018

Lorraine & Eoin

Best of luck Marie!

25.00
02-05-2018

Jess, Frankie, James, Charlotte & William

Wishin you all the best for the marathon x

25.00

About the Cause

Snowflakes Autism Support
Set up in January 2012, we are a support group for parents, siblings & children affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Snowflakes autism support offer support to parents of children diagnosed with ASD by organising social events for the children & siblings, holding support group meetings, workshops, information evenings & social events for parents. The name Snowflakes was chosen for our group because children with autism are like snowflakes � they are beautiful, each one is...