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Diane Banville 's page

Diane Banville 's page

Fundraising For Embrace FARM
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I'm doing 'Climb every mountain together' to fundraise for Embrace FARM. Your support is very much appreciated.

Embrace FARM

Embrace FARM is a not for profit voluntary organisation which was formally registered as a Charity w...

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Thank you for taking the time to visit my fundraising page on iDonate.ie
I'm taking part in 'Climb every mountain together' on Saturday 11th of August 2018 .
I've chosen to fundraise for Embrace FARM . 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

24
11-08-2018

Anonymous

Best of luck ladies with the climb. Well done

11-08-2018

Elaine & Ian stafford

Best of luck diane

20.00
11-08-2018

Marie Vaughan Killeen

Go get em Diane!

50.00
11-08-2018

Una Luke and Seán

Best of luck X

50.00
10-08-2018

Karen

10-08-2018

Rachel Bradley

Best of luck Diane, fair play to you xx

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09-08-2018

Sinead & Eoin

50.00
09-08-2018

Caroline Rynne

Best of luck kelly. Knowing u you will probably run up 😍

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09-08-2018

Brenda Flynn

Sorry I can’t join you all but will be thinking of you on the journey.

50.00
09-08-2018

Anna O Connor

Best of luck Diane

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About the Cause

Embrace FARM
Embrace FARM is a not for profit voluntary organisation which was formally registered as a Charity with full charitable status in 2017. The organisation is controlled and guided by a voluntary board of directors, which includes bereaved families, accident survivor and professionals working within the agri sector. There is one paid part time employee to comply with governance administration, financial controls and event organisation. Embrace FARM remembers those who have lost their lives a...