Climbing Everest in aid of Autism Ireland

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John Mulready, station officer based in Cappamore, Limerick, has taken on one of the most grueling challenges in aid of Autism Ireland. Climbing Everest is not for the fainthearted, and climbing 5645 meters to Kala Patthar, will be an incredible achievement in aid of a great cause.

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Autism Ireland was formed in 2001 to bring positive change into the lives of those affected by autism. The range of services which Autism Ireland provides include raising awareness, information on education & intervention support, advocacy, counselling, home based support, research information and advice for families. As a charity that does not receive any government funding, our annual income is raised through a variety of different fundraising events and projects.

We at the NRFA want to give our support to John and his team (Scott Keenan, SACFO in Limerick city; Niamh O’Leary, who works in UHL and Aine Fleming, paramedic) during their quest and would ask for you to do the same. If possible, please click the “Give Now” button located on the link below and give what you can. The trip has already been funded by John so any proceeds given now will go directly to Autism Ireland. Please give what you can for a great cause.

https://give.everydayhero.com/ie/climbing-mount-everest-for-autism

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