Join us for a charitable and fun-filled day at the Cliffs of Moher Experience on Saturday, 27th May 2023, where we aim to raise much needed funds for three exceptional organisations based in County Clare!
Representatives of Sláinte an Chláir, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind (IGDB) Clare Branch and Brothers of Charity Services Clare travelled to the world-famous visitor attraction on Friday 28th April for the announcement of the fundraising event, which will feature live music and dancing, singing, face painting and spot prizes. The charities also will be in attendance on the day to meet and speak with the public about the vital services they provide.
The initiative is part of an ongoing support and social responsibility activities that help the Cliffs of Moher Experience build bridges with the local community and we look forward to a successful year of fundraising with our three new charities in 2023. This is part of a new initiative by the Company in 2020 where staff voted to select three charities for the in augural Cliffs of Moher Experience Charity of the Year programme.
“The upcoming fundraiser is as much as about raising awareness of the three local charities concerned as it is about generating funds to help them to deliver and invest in their services throughout Clare,” explained Geraldine Enright, Director of Cliffs of Moher Experience.
Ms. Enright continued, “We are encouraging the wider public to come along on Saturday May 27th to meet with some of the people involved in delivering a range of vitally important services in communities right across our county, as well as enjoy the fun activities taking place throughout he site. Clare residents are invited to pre-book complimentary admission for the day by using the promo code ‘charityday23’ on the cliffsofmoher.ie booking engine.”
Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is the leading provider of services for people with intellectual disabilities and their families across County Clare. Offering a comprehensive range of day, residential, respite, and training services, the organisation is dedicated to supporting and empowering individuals with disabilities to live fulfilling and independent lives within their communities. As the largest provider of such services in Ireland, Brothers of Charity Services Ireland is committed to delivering high-quality care and support to those who need it most.
Sláinte an Chláir‘s Kilnamona based cancer support center is a voluntary organisation dedicated to providing compassionate care and support to individuals and families impacted by cancer. They offer a wide range of free services, including counseling, therapy, support groups, and educational resources, designed to help their clients navigate the physical, emotional and practical challenges of living with cancer.
Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is the national leader in providing essential support to individuals who are vision impaired and have families with children who have autism. Their mission is to empower their clients to achieve great independence and mobility through innovative programs and services. In Clare, their team is currently working with two dedicated puppy raisers, two brood holders, one family with an Assistance Dog, and two Guide Dog owners, providing them with the necessary training, resources, and support they need to thrive.
For more information on the Charity Fun Day, please visit our Charity Fun and Community Day page.