flowerThank You

We have dedicated this area to pay special tribute to the extremely generous people who have made a contribution to CRY. It is because of these amazing people that CRY is able to keep our doors open as we do not receive any government funding. All at CRY would like to express our sincerest thanks to everyone who has provided us with support.

Marion Hearn and the Ballyneale community of Ballyneale raise €1,500

CRY would like to thank Marion Hearn and the wider community of Ballyneale for their generous donation of €1,500 which was proceeds from a cookery demonstration held by Nevin Maguire at Clonmel Park Hotel on 7th February 2013.

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The event was sold out and all proceeds went to CRY, The Ballyneale Church Hall and The Irish Heart Foundation.


 

Moate Community School Fifa Tournament

Cathy Ennis transition year pupil at Moate Community School Co. Offaly organised her class to have a Fifa Tournament. Many pupils throughout the school took part. The aim was to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms that could lead to a Sudden Cardiac Death.

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The proceeds were presented to Marie Greene Co Founder of CRY.

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Cry would like to thank all who took part with particular attention to Patrice Smith their teacher who was so helpful.


 

UCD Medical Society Continue to Support CRY

UCD Med Day

UCD Medical Society has once again supported CRY by including us in their annual Med Day. Collections were done throughout Dublin by students doing medicine in UCD. CRY are extremely grateful for their on going generosity. Pictured are David Ryan and Aoife Cooney from the Medical Society presenting Orla Durkan from CRY with a cheque for €3,500.


 

Loreto Navan Presentation to Cry

Loreto Navan Presentation to Cry

Our picture shows students from Loreto Secondary School in Navan and their teacher Kay Hayes presenting Orla Durkan with a cheque for  €4,085. The students created Project Sunflower, lead by Leah Hughes, which raised money for CRY in the memory of their friend Ruth Maguire who died suddenly at the age of 14.

The students sold Key Rings with a Sun Flower theme. They also designed t-shirts and sweat shirts with the Sun Flower theme on them. The money they have raised will go towards a Holter device which is one of the devices used in the screening tests. CRY want to thank all of the girls and their teacher for all of the time and effort they have devoted to this project. Ruth’s Parents and her brother Luke were so grateful to the girls for all of their hard work also.