CIF Galway Branch donate to two worthy causes

by | Sep 5, 2022

Pictured above is CIF Galway Branch Chair Tara Flynn, CIF Director Western & Midland Region Justin Molloy, principal Sarah McGinley and children from St. Joseph’s Special School

A generous €7,000 has been donated by CIF members of the Galway construction community to two worthy causes.

In March, a collection was made at the CIF Galway Branch Gala Dinner, held at the Galway Bay Hotel, in aid of the chairperson’s two chosen charities.

Those charities were St. Joseph’s Special School in Galway and Dublin-based organisation Women’s Aid.


Women’s Aid CEO Sarah Benson, CIF Galway Chair Tara Flynn and CIF Director General Tom Parlon

Earlier this summer Galway Branch Chair Tara Flynn, alongside CIF Western & Midland Region Director Justin Molloy, presented a cheque for €3,500 to Sarah McGinley, principal of St. Joseph’s Special School and Tom Hogan, Chairman of the Schools Board of Management.

A further €3,500 was also presented to Women’s Aid CEO Sarah Benson by Tara Flynn and CIF Director General Tom Parlon.

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