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  • Northside East

Join Keith for fundraising run in St Anne’s Park

Sunday, 5th November, 2017 10:00am
Join Keith for fundraising run in St Anne’s Park

Keith Duffy pictured at the launch with Barry Group managing director, Jim Barry and Jamie Barry.

Join Keith for fundraising run in St Anne’s Park

Keith Duffy pictured at the launch with Barry Group managing director, Jim Barry and Jamie Barry.

MUMS, dads, sons and daughters across Dublin are invited to take part in a 5k Fun Run with Boyzlife singer Keith Duffy and friends this November, with the support of Costcutter.

The event kicks off from 2pm on Sunday, November 12, in St Anne’s Park, Raheny. An individual ticket is €15, parent and child ticket is €25 or a family ticket is €40. Register now on keithduffyfoundation.ie

An active fundraiser for autism awareness in Ireland, Keith has worked to raise awareness for children with autism since his daughter Mia was first diagnosed with the disorder at the age of 18 months.

“Calling all dads, and granddads, mums, sons and daughter, sign up today and help make a big difference to families all over Ireland,” says Keith. 

Keith has been fundraising for people with autism for 14 years. After a productive and successful 10 years with Irish Autism Action, he is now putting his charity and fundraising experience to good use with this new foundation, aimed at providing support and financial assistance to a number of chosen charities throughout the country.

Funds raised from the Father and Son Run will go towards supporting families affected by autism, and Fighting Blindness.  Fighting Blindness is an Irish patient-led charity with a vision to cure, support and empower the 246,000 people in Ireland living with blindness or vision impairment. For more information on the event, contact the Fighting Blindness team on 01-6789004 or fundraising@fightingblindness.ie 

 

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