TheatreBox Youth support CRY

Pictured recently Lucia Ebbs, Cry at TheatreBox Youth, Waterford where the cast & crew presented Cry with €1,100.00 the proceeds from the show "Broadway Comes to Town" which was staged in August in Garter Lane Arts Centre.

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Shout out to Trevor Darmody for the hospitality on the visit and Darren Skelton for the pics.
The show - famous for its young production team and numbers from some of the best musicals of our time was directed by 16 year old Jack Cunningham, musically directed by 19 year old Amber Searson and choreographed by Robyn Walsh.

Very proud to have each of these on #teamCry - what an amazing achievement.

TheatreBox Youth chose Cry as their charity of choice as Robyn Walsh lost her father Eddie Walsh suddenly in September 2015. Eddie was a supporter of Cry and was taking part in the #Gaz Cycle. An amazing organisation and #FriendsOfCry ❤️

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Mark Heffernan Trust Raise Funds for CRY

Shane Heffernan 2017

Pictured this week in the CRYP Centre, is Shane Heffernan, from the Mark Heffernan Trust presenting Dr. Deirdre Ward with €2,500.00

 

About the Trust

The Trust was established in 2010 by the family and friends of Mark Heffernan, who passed away in his sleep at his apartment in GMIT on 21st January 2008. He was only 23 years old, and had just completed his mid-term exams.

The work of The Trust will, it is hoped, ultimately benefit our youth, while highlighting this tragic and silent killer, and in doing so, will honour the memory of a remarkable young man who cared so much for those around him.

To date the Mark Heffernan Trust has deployed over 75 defibrillators to date and has provided training for a variety of user groups. In addition, training in CPR continues to be rolled out to schools and colleges across the country, as well as our ongoing support to cardiac screening and genetic research. Their mission continues.


Heartfelt thanks from Cry Ireland to Martin, Kate and Shane and the Mark Heffernan Trust for their continued support of our work.

#OurFantasticFamilies

Mark Heffernan Trust Raise Funds for CRY

Shane Heffernan 2017

Pictured this week in the CRYP Centre, is Shane Heffernan, from the Mark Heffernan Trust presenting Dr. Deirdre Ward with €2,500.00

 

About the Trust

The Trust was established in 2010 by the family and friends of Mark Heffernan, who passed away in his sleep at his apartment in GMIT on 21st January 2008. He was only 23 years old, and had just completed his mid-term exams.

The work of The Trust will, it is hoped, ultimately benefit our youth, while highlighting this tragic and silent killer, and in doing so, will honour the memory of a remarkable young man who cared so much for those around him.

To date the Mark Heffernan Trust has deployed over 75 defibrillators to date and has provided training for a variety of user groups. In addition, training in CPR continues to be rolled out to schools and colleges across the country, as well as our ongoing support to cardiac screening and genetic research. Their mission continues.


Heartfelt thanks from Cry Ireland to Martin, Kate and Shane and the Mark Heffernan Trust for their continued support of our work.

#OurFantasticFamilies

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