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Supporting Our Nominated Charities

27th May 2020 By The Editor

Munster

Munster's 2019/20 nominated charities, the Peter McVerry Trust and Jack and Jill Children's Foundation Inpho

As always Munster Rugby are only too happy to show their support for their nominated charities, two extremely worthy causes in the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation and the Peter McVerry Trust.

As always Munster Rugby are only too happy to show their support for their nominated charities, two extremely worthy causes in the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation and the Peter McVerry Trust.

Most recently the coaching team led by Head Coach Johann van Graan showed their support for the Peter McVerry Trust #ForHomesFromHome and those in homelessness, by working together to create a message of support.

We are calling on others who are working from home at this time to get behind the campaign and donate online with more details here.

With Part One of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation’s public art initiative, Incognito, selling out in record time, Part Two is on sale on Thursday 28th May from 10am with the preview available to view online here.

Twenty-five members of the Munster squad have contributed to this year’s campaign, including Captain Peter O’Mahony, Billy Holland, Chris Farrell, Tadhg Beirne, Niall Scannell and Joey Carbery.  Part 2 features most of the Munster selected pieces in the exhibition, alongside national and international artists.

The initiative sees postcard-sized original artwork made by acclaimed artists and public figures on sale for the same price of €50, with each sale funding 3 hours of home nursing support.

Every original piece of art is sold on a first-come-first served basis raising money for vital home nursing care for children with life-limiting conditions.

With every piece priced the same, the identity of the artist is only revealed after the piece of art has been bought and received.

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