Sporting greats gathered in Dun Laoghaire Golf Club yesterday for the launch of the SoftCo Foundation where more than €150,000 was raised for charity and a further €100,000 committed for ongoing Cancer Research. Continue reading
One hundred years since the birth of former US President John F Kennedy, his nephew Dr Timothy Shriver has been announced as UNESCO Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair in the Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland. Continue reading
The GAA has announced its list of official charities for the year ahead. Each will work closely with the GAA over the next twelve months and will benefit from a minimum €20,000 donation from central GAA funds.
This year try not to look the other way. Look up rather than down, into the eyes of the collector and throw in what you can. It really will make a difference.
Over 8,000 people have committed suicide in Ireland since 2001. That’s over 500 teams of GAA or Rugby players, over 700 of soccer teams, across 16 years. What can we do to help save somebody we know… Continue reading
Axel Foley will never be forgotten in Limerick and after an event at Limerick Institute of Technology this week he will be enshrined in the Guinness Book of Records as well. Continue reading
Specsavers has expanded its sponsorship portfolio in sport through a new partnership that includes naming rights on one of the country’s biggest fundraising golf tournaments… Continue reading
Aviva Insurance will be asking the 50,000 supporters in attendance at Ireland vs England on Saturday to “Share the Number, Share the Light” as part of an awareness campaign for Pieta House… Continue reading
When the eyes of the sporting nation will be on the women’s team as rarely before team sponsor Aon has chosen to give over their shirt front sponsorship to a homeless charity…
The GAA has entered into a new partnership with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution which runs the lifeboat service around Ireland as well as Britain. This video is a powerful look at why…