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Lough Mahon Corporate Cycle Challenge raises over €65,000 for local causes

Ronan Daly Jermyn are proud sponsors of the annual Lough Mahon Corporate Challenge which in three years has raised over €65,000 for local causes. The 2018 cycle saw over 60 employees from seven Lough Mahon based companies cycle 120km from Mahon to Bantry in aid of six local charities.

The Lough Mahon Corporate Challenge in conjunction with Cork Foundation raised funds for causes such as COPE Foundation, Cork Deaf Association, Cork Mental Health, CUH charity, Our Lady of Good Counsel School and the South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital.

Sponsors of the event include Ronan Daly Jermyn, PM Group, O’Leary Insurances, The Mater Private Cork, McAfee, Solar Winds and JCD Group. The event was also supported by several other local businesses in the Lough Mahon area.

Pictured above (L-R): Rosemary O'Leary, South Infirmary- Victoria University Hospital; Ricky Kelly: Ronan Daly Jermyn; Laura Hallissey, Cork Foundation; Aine Hayes, Ronan Daly Jermyn; Paul Hannan, PM Group; Aidan Duke, Dukes Coffee Company; Aine Collins, Cork Foundation; Brendan Mc Carthy, Cork Mental Heath; Maeve Power, CUH Charity and Elaine Murphy, Cope Foundation. Photo Siobhán Russell.

 

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