GROW to Benefit from Kerry 54321 Challenge

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GROW is delighted to be chosen as one of three charity partnerfor this year’s 54321 Challenge in Kerry.

The event takes place from Thursday, September 6th to Sunday, September 9th and involves teams of five people undertaking three cycles and hiking two mountains, over the course of four days, for one of three charities including GROW’s Kerry branch.

In excess of €2,500 has already been raised for GROW.

GROW Area Coordinator in Kerry, Colette Flannery, is among the GROW team supporting participants who are currently undergoing a gruelling training regime.

Huge thanks is extended to Caroline Dannaher (Boatyard Restaurant), TJ O’Connor (IT, Tralee), Carole Moran (Randles Motors Kerry), Cian Higgins (Fexco), Padraig O’Connor (AIB Group), David Young (Astellas) and Adrian Dannaher (GeoInfo).

Heartfelt appreciation is especially extended to Caroline and the organising team who were instrumental in GROW being selected as one of this year’s designated charities.

The other beneficiaries are Sera Husky Animal Rescue and Skellig Stars.

Anyone interested in signing up for the 54321 Challenge can contact Colette 086 4673237, TJ on 087 6277141 or Carole 087 9471336.

You can follow the GROW team’s progress on the 54321 Facebook pageGROW Facebook page or donate on Colette Flannery’s idonatepage

Pictured (top) are some of the participants training at Cnoc Na Tobair for this year’s Challenge, and (centre) rugby legend Mick Galway and proud son of Kerry and Deputy Editor of the Kilkenny People newspaper, Sean Keane, with GROW’s Southern Regional Manager James Quilligan.  

[See also the GROW Facebook page]