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Football match organised by Conor Gallagher and McKenna Family in aid of Fresh Focus Day Opportunities Service


Donation to Fresh Focus

The Western Trust Adult Learning Disability Service gratefully acknowledges a generous donation of £5175.10 from Conor Gallagher and friends following aa fundraising football match hosted by Roslea Shamrocks recently.

Pauline Lennon, Day Opportunities Manager, Adult Learning Disability Services expressed her thanks to Conor Gallagher and Roslea Shamrocks for their kindness and support in hosting the football match. She said:

“Our Fresh Focus Day Opportunities service were delighted to receive a very generous donation from Conor Gallagher and friends following a football match hosted by Roslea Shamrocks. Conor is a keen footballer and is a massive supporter of Roslea Shamrocks and attends all their matches. It was a very enjoyable day for our Service Users, staff and Conor’s family and friends who all took part in the match and enjoyed the refreshments afterwards.”

“The money raised will go towards the purchasing of equipment and items chosen by Service Users for the Fresh Focus ‘Hub’. Thank you to everyone who supported this fundraising event and for your generosity it is very much appreciated.”


Donation to Fresh Focus

Pictured from left to right are: Buddy Parker, Liam McQuaid, David Kelly, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Caroline Owens and Katie McKenna. Front row: Conor Gallagher presenting the cheque to Pauline Lennon Manager of Fresh Focus.