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Declan Moran's Ironman Wales for Cancer

Fundraising For Tuam Cancer CareHelp Emma Beat It
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Tuam Cancer Care

Tuam Cancer Care is a voluntary organisation that offers psychological, emotional and practical supp...

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Help Emma Beat It

The Help Emma Beat It Fund has been set up to help seventeen-year-old Emma Naughton-Heavey from Moyv...

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Thank you for taking the time to visit my fundraising page on iDonate.ie
I'm taking part in Ironman Wales on Sunday 14th of December 2014 .
I've chosen to fundraise for Tuam Cancer Care, Help Emma Beat It . 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.
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Many Thanks for your support.

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Supporters

43
06-10-2014

Alan Moran

Well done horse. Unreal effort

50.00
15-09-2014

George F

20.00
15-09-2014

James henry

well done

20.00
14-09-2014

Oonagh Sutherland

Best of luck Declan.

20.00
12-09-2014

Cathy Heavey

Best of luck!!!!!

50.00
11-09-2014

Mike Gibbons

Best of luck Declan. Hon Mayo

20.00

About the Cause

Tuam Cancer Care
Tuam Cancer Care is a voluntary organisation that offers psychological, emotional and practical support to people with a cancer diagnosis and their families.It is hoped that the support provided will help the person with a cancer diagnosis to regain control of their lives and enhance their personal coping skills, during a difficult period of their lives. As cancer is very much a family affair, family members are also supported at this difficult time....
Help Emma Beat It
The Help Emma Beat It Fund has been set up to help seventeen-year-old Emma Naughton-Heavey from Moyvilla, Oranmore, Co. Galway to seek treatment for a very rare form of cancer. On the 21st of January 2013 the Naughton-Heavey family were dealt an earth-shattering blow when then sixteen-year-old Emma was diagnosed with cancer of the liver, also known as Fibrolamellar cancer of the liver. The family were told that this extremely rare cancer only affects one in every five-million people, and to-date...