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Amanda Cahir-O’Donnell's Camino4DSI 2019

Amanda Cahir-O’Donnell's Camino4DSI 2019

Fundraising For Down Syndrome Ireland
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1.9.2003: I'm doing Camino 4 DSI 2019 to fundraise for Down Syndrome Ireland; as our son Conor was born with DS 15 years ago:)

Down Syndrome Ireland

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

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I'm taking part in Camino 4 DSI 2019 in September 2019.  All funds raised here will go directly to this great cause.  Our only child Conor was born with DS on 1.9.2003.  He arrived into the world with major cardiac challenges; turning our perfectly laid plans upside-down!!  Down Syndrome Ireland was a great life-line to us - especially in the early years.  This year, it's time for our family to give back.....  please support this great cause by giving whatever you can & spreading the word.  Thank you for your time and suppo...

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Good luck Amanda-channel your inner Dolly Parton.



Best of luck Amanda

Thank you so much Kathy and Ivan:) I'll be thinking of you along the way. Amanda

Annette Kent

Have a great time doing the Camino, it will be an experience to remember. Kindest regards Annette

Thanks Annette. The training plan is less than brilliant... but fingers x it will go well. Amanda X

Kevin McHugh

Thanks Kevin. Hope life is treating you well:) Amanda

Annette Glennon

Thanks Annette. very much appreciated. Amanda

Keith Watt

Good luck Amanda, it will be a fantastic experience for a great cause!

Thanks Keith. I've no excuses left now.... Runners purchased etc. #here we go Thanks for your encouragement along the way. Amanda


Thanks Nicola for your very generous sponsorship. Really appreciate it. Amanda :)

Keith S

Amanda, thanks for your support, best of luck in the walk

Thanks so much Keith. That is extremely generous of you & we really appreciate it:) Talk to you soon! Amanda

Anne Abberton

Wishing you a successful Camino walk and congrats on all the fundraising for a great cause

Thanks Anne.... Really appreciate your support of this cause that is so close to my heart. Amanda X


Wishing you every success in this great adventure

Many thanks Liz. Really appreciate your support & I am holding out the vision of the finish line:) Amanda X

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...