Munster In The Community
3rd February 2023 By The Editor
A number of our players and staff have lended their hand to support a number of charitable causes in recent months.
See a round-up of the Munster in the community activities below.
Munster Rugby staff collected items to donate to the Peter McVerry Trust before Christmas with Munster Rugby Head of HR, Claire Cooke, making the presentation to Elaine Buckley, Regional Fundraising Manager Peter McVerry Trust. See more details on the Peter McVerry Trust here.
Tadhg Beirne helped launch Barretstown Magical Reindeer Food to help raise funds for Barretstown and the families they serve this Christmas. See more details on Barretstown here.
Academy players and staff were raising funds for Focus Ireland at the Milk Market in Limerick. See more details on Focus Ireland here.
Delighted academy players @Munsterrugby could help such a good cause @FocusIreland today in Limerick.. incredible to see the generosity from everyone at the @milk_market #limerick pic.twitter.com/PBrziAdNd9
— Ian Costello (@IanCostello1) December 3, 2022
Craig Casey is helping to fundraise for Laura Lynn Hospice by taking a dip in the cold water. See more details on Laura Lynn here.
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Stephen Archer visited the pupils of Cope Foundation’s St. Paul’s School recently (pic below). See more details on Cope Foundation here.
Alex Kendellen has become an ambassador for Down Syndrome Ireland. He said: “I’m delighted to support Down Syndrome Ireland in any way I can and raise awareness of the great work they do. My cousin Robert has Down syndrome and this is an organisation that holds a special place in both my heart and my families.’’
See how you can support Down Syndrome Ireland here.