Limerick FC will be making the trip from Markets Field to the home of Munster Rugby on Saturday 10 March, when members of the management team will scale Thomond Park Stadium in aid of a local charity.
Limerick FC Manager Tommy Barrett, Assistant Manager Willie Boland and Strength & Conditioning Coach Joe Gamble will abseil down the side of Thomond Park to raise funds for and awareness of ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services.
They will join over 40 participants, including Limerick Rose Kayleigh Maher and Limerick Cllr Elena Secas, taking part in the ‘Abseil for ADAPT’. “We are absolutely delighted to have the support of Limerick FC for our fundraising abseil,” said Lorraine Gallagher from ADAPT.
Based in Rosbrien, ADAPT provides supports and services for women and children affected by domestic abuse in Limerick, including emergency refuge accommodation and a 24/7 helpline.
Ahead of the Abseil for ADAPT, a fundraising collection will take place at Markets Field this Friday 9 March, when Limerick FC take on Bray Wanderers at 7.45pm.
For more information on ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services, see www.adaptservices.ie, contact Lorraine at fundraising@adaptservices. ie or call 061-412354.
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