Leading Limerick law firm hoping to reach new highs this summer

Ian Sheehy, Partner, Dolores Ryan, Adult Services Manager at Enable Ireland, Sean Scally, Fundraising Manager at Enable Ireland, Stephen Keogh, Managing Partner, Ronan Hynes, Partner, Dervla Beirne, Solicitor & Cecile Charbonnel, Nurse at Enable Ireland

On Saturday, 16 June 2018, a team from leading Limerick law firm, Keating Connolly Sellors, will reach for the summit by climbing Ireland’s three highest mountains in one day in aid of Enable Ireland Limerick.

The Sellors Solicitors Summit Challenge will see staff from the firm scale the peaks of Carrauntoohill, Caher and Beenkeragh in Co. Kerry, as a fundraiser to build a state of the art
multi-sensory room at Enable Ireland Limerick’s Adult Services Centre at Quins Cross, Mungret, Co. Limerick.

Enable Ireland, Limerick provides vital therapy and support services to children and adults with disabilities in Limerick city and county. Its Adult Services Centre in Mungret provides a non-residential, 5- day week service to over 50 adults with physical and sensory
disabilities encompassing a wide range of services such as person- centred planning, training and development, physiotherapy, sports facilities, transport, rehabilitation and respite.

Ian Sheehy, Partner, Stephen Keogh, Managing Partner, Dervla Beirne, Solicitor, Ronan Hynes, Partner.

At the launch this week, Ronan Hynes, Partner at Sellors Solicitors commented that: “We are looking forward to training and getting in shape over the next 8 weeks for our Summit Challenge. Enable Ireland, Limerick plays a very important role in the community by
empowering individuals with disabilities to fulfil their potential and live a life without limits. With a lot of hard work, commitment, and the support of the public, we are confident that all going to plan the multi-sensory room will open in September.”

Dolores Ryan, Enable Ireland Limerick Adult Services Manager, commented “The whole team are delighted that Sellors have agreed to fundraise to help fund a new sensory room for our services here in Limerick. They have set themselves a very ambitious target and I’d like to wish them every success.

“The addition of a sensory room will have a huge positive impact on the lives of adults with disabilities who use our services here in Limerick”. Dolores Ryan concluded.

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