Thank you to Peter Searson who raised €1,100 for two charities close to his heart – the Irish Cancer Society and the IRFU Charitable Trust by shaving his head.
“It has been too long” were the words spoken by the Trust’s chairman John Callaghan to our sold out Aon Lunch, reflecting the fact that the last Aon Lunch took place in November 2019 and to have our first event a sellout since the pandemic hit our shores …
Watch Paul O’Connell, Will Connors and Team Captain Mick Galwey go head-to-head against Jenny Murphy, Luke Fitzgerald and Team Captain Shane Byrne, with Quiz Master Liam Toland in the IRFU Charitable Trust “A Question of Rugby”
On a sunny but very blustery day, the IRFU Charitable Trust Golf Outing on Friday 1st October took place on the West Course in Powerscourt Golf Club – a nice change of scenery from our East Course Outing in June.
40 rowers including former Irish rugby internationals have broken the 24 Hour Row World Record! Raising over €22,000 (and counting!) for Friends of CROSS Cancer Research and the IRFU Charitable Trust.
During these difficult times, the support we received from everyone involved with our June Golf Outing was incredible and all funds raised go towards helping all our seriously injured rugby players.
During the pandemic, one of our seriously injured rugby players – Bernard Healy, has been keeping a diary.
Tadhg took the time to have a Zoom call with the winner of the recent FRIENDS competition: Ed Kenny, his family and friends.
Congratulations to Ed Kenny for becoming a FRIEND to the IRFU Charitable Trust and winning the Zoom Call with Tadhg Furlong.
Starting on 17th Jan and ending 23rd Jan – the 20s players will run individually each day a combined total of 1000km in 7 days
The IRFU Charitable Trust is a Charity which helps seriously injured rugby players.
Republic of Ireland Charity No. CHY 6120.
Northern Ireland Charity No. XR 87763.
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20010331.
10-12 Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
T: +353 1 647 3866