On Saturday the 23rd of May, Clontarf GAA and Raheny GAA will “Go the Distance” to raise essential funds for St. Francis Hospice.
The staff and volunteers of St. Francis Hospice provide specialist palliative care to people of Nort...
On Saturday the 23rd of May, Clontarf GAA and Raheny GAA will “Go the Distance” to raise essential funds for St. Francis Hospice. Between 8am and 8pm we’re asking all club members, families and friends to walk, run, cycle, Roller blade, crawl as far as you can.
Following a live leader board, the distances covered by each member will be added up to reveal which club has travelled the furthest distance. It’s very important that we adhere to the guidelines and stay within 5kms of our homes and only go out with members of your own family.. Don’t worry, there is still loads you can do.
We all know the incredible work St. Francis Hospice does not only in our local communities but all over Dublin. So we are bringing our clubs together to support them as much as we can. No distance is too small and every little helps, so we encourage all club members young and old, to get out on May the 23rd, proudly wear your club colours, and don’t forget to donate.
So please come out and support. Walk the dog, go on a cycle, go on a run, do whatever you can…
Well done all!
Grandparents to a Clontarf GAA All-Star who walked for SFH!
Fantastic result - proud to be a Northsider!
Go Sophie Go!
Well done all. It’s a marvelous achievement by everyone.