Charlestown GAA raise over €7,000 for Heroes Aid and Pieta House

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    Charlestown GAA in Mayo has incredibly raised over 7,000 euros for charities Heroes Aid and Pieta House.

    The fundraising effort set up by Ronan Kenny is visible on the Charlestown GAA twitter page encouraging members, supporters, players and anyone in the locality to simply run 5km, donate 5 euros and nominate 5 other people to do the run. The charities involved will help those who are currently on the frontline, be it nurses and doctors. Heroes Aid will also use the money to purchase PPE for these healthcare workers to help protect them while carrying out their jobs. Psychological support, educational and practical support will also be able to provided for healthcare workers and their families from the funds raised. A total amount of 2.500 euros has since been donated to Heroes Aid from the Charlestown GAA fundraising event.

    Pieta House have also benefited greatly. The charity helps those with mental health. There vision is to replace depression, self harm and suicide, with hope, self care and acceptance. With the ever so popular Darkness Into Light run looking extremely unlikely to go ahead they now need public support as much as ever. So every 5 euro that is donated is helping someone out there.

    If you want to donate be sure to check out the go fund me page here https://www.gofundme.com/f/charlestown-sarsfields-5k-challenge 

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