Below is a list of our fundraising activities for 2014


    In 2014 nearly 70 titans including Tadhg’s nanny Clare took the skies of 13,000 ft to do a parachute jump down in Clonbullogue, Offaly, Ireland. Here’s a link to some pictures, and some more here. If you are interested in ‘Taking the Leap for Tadhg’ in 2015 drop Tadhg’s mum a mail at tadhg @


    The ice bucket challenge, sometimes called ALS ice bucket challenge was an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on someone’s head to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research. For 2014 all funds raised for Tadhg’s Foundation went to Variety Ireland but because this was a challenge specifically for MNS we got in touch with Motor Neurone Disease Association Ireland and asked if possible do they help children in anyway as we can only help children so that we could somehow pass on this section of funds raised to them. MNDA said they would not be able to say that the money would go directly to children.

  • 5 A side football match

    5 a side friendly - ish football tournament- Few teams got together to play to win the Tadhg Ó Fainín Cup. It was a great day with great laughs played by both the men and the women. Well done to everyone involved and a big thanks too. Channel 5 News Team won and Sean Smyth took the title of most valuable player :)

    Here’s a link to some pictures
  • Taches for Tadhg - Movember comes along every year and some of the lads wanted to raise awareness for Tadhg’s Foundation.
  • Tour de Tadhg -Crossfit fifteen took on the massive 650km row from Dublin to France raising an amazing €2,200 for Tadhg's Foundation. They took it in turns rowing 5km to 40km, what a challenge to take on. It took them a good 13 hours to complete this mission. If you think you could beat them or take on this challenge give us a shout
  • Scottish Skydives - Martin Whelan & Joseph Lily took to the skies in Scotland raising a whopping €1000 for Tadhg’s Foundation which their chosen charity was CHAS Children’s Hospice in Scotland
Total Donated to Worthy Charities