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Children's Medical & Research Foundation Crumlin (CMRF)

The No. 10 Fund

Tiny Hearts, Gigantic Dreams and YOU.....

Ronan O'Gara and Jonathan Sexton's legendary battle for the Number 10 jersey has taken a new turn as they join forces with CMRF Crumlin to help give every sick child, every chance, every time.

The No. 10 Fund will see these two former rivals raise funds for the thousands of children who attend The Children' Heart Centre in Crumlin every year.

With your help The No. 10 Fund will improve cardiac care by investing in life-saving research; vital equipment and ensuring that Ireland's sickest children have the best facilities possible.

Will you join their team and be part of The No. 10 Fund?

Every year in Ireland 500-600 infants are born with a Congenital Heart Defect (CHD). All of these children are treated in Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin (OLCHC).

From the moment they are born these tiny heroes are fighting a massive battle.

But now two of Ireland's biggest rugby heroes have stepped up to join the campaign and help mend these tiny hearts. And they want you to join them.

Help these big-hearted heroes in their battle to raise the funds needed to help mend some of Ireland's tiniest hearts.

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Headway acts as a lifeline for people living with acquired brain injury following a stroke, accident or fall. Our aim is to support people in their recovery, assist and encourage them to overcome the challenges and changes they are faced with after a brain injury and to regain as much independence as possible. We do this through the array of services we offer which include:

  • Information and Support
  • Day Rehabilitative Services
  • Rehabilitative Training Service
  • Psychological Services
  • Community Re-Integration Service
  • Supported Employment

All our services are person-centred to assist individuals to rebuild their lives based on assessment of a person's needs and their own goals for recovery. Our aim is to maximise their potential and quality of life and promote independence.

Headway staff collaborate in a multidisciplinary manner and teamwork is a key component in our approach As an organisation Headway prides itself on the quality of its services and is internationally accredited through the Commission of Rehabilitation Facilities for both Home and Community and Vocational Programs (Brain Injury Speciality). Such accreditation ensures that both the business function and service delivery within Headway is of the highest standards.

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