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Michael Lyons Fundraising Page AADI

Michael Lyons Fundraising Page AADI

Fundraising For Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland
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It takes 2 years and costs €15,000 to train each dog up to the required standard! Help make a difference in someones future by donating!

Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland

Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland was founded in 2010 as a primary service, training and placing assist...

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1 in 65 children in Ireland has Autism, including a close family member of mine! Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is identified by the World Health Organisation as a group of complex brain development disorders.  It is characterised by difficulties in social interaction, communication and a restricted and repetitive repertoire of interests and activities. Autism is a life long disability that can cause debilitating anxiety, isolation, loneliness and sensory overload.

Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland want to make life better for these wonderful children through giving them the gift of an assistance dog to...

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Supporters

24
19-11-2018

Anonymous

Good man!

50.00
12-11-2018

Michael O'Sullivan

25.00
06-11-2018

JP Clifford

10.00
05-11-2018

Susan O’Keeffe

Proud of you!

35.00
03-11-2018

Shane O Byrne

10.00
30-10-2018

Niamh Fitzgerald

Well done Michael!

10.00
30-10-2018

Graham Rowntree

Congrats on breaking 4hrs!

50.00
30-10-2018

Hugh Leahy

10.00
28-10-2018

JT Ryan

Great performance and great cause. Well done mate.

28-10-2018

Mary Corkery

Well done great cause

10.00

About the Cause

Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland
Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland was founded in 2010 as a primary service, training and placing assistance dogs to children on the autism spectrum. We are a National Childrens' charity (CHY 19293) with our headquarters in Mallow, Co CorkOur charity provides a valuable service that has life changing effects for both the children on the spectrum and their families.We provide our dogs free of charge but each dog costs us in the region of €22,000 to train and with no government funding we rely ...