SoftCo Foundation hosts charity day in aid of three great causes

Date: 08 Jun, 2017

The SoftCo Foundation will host its first annual Charity Day this month in aid of three very worthy causes: CMRF Crumlin, Guy’s Cancer, and Irish Injured Jockeys. The event, which will raise much-needed funds to support the vital work of these charities, will be hosted by international rugby stars and SoftCo brand ambassadors, Dan Carter and Ronan O’Gara.

The charity day will be attended by friends and supporters of the SoftCo Foundation including renowned jockeys Ruby Walsh, Johnny Murtagh, and Robbie ‘Puppy’ Power, legendary trainer Ted Walsh, PGA Tour golfers Troy Merritt and Chesson Hadley, Irish rugby legend Tony Ward, bookmaker Paddy Power, and a host of other well-known personalities from the world of sport.

“The day will be a lot of fun and is all about creating awareness and raising funds for these fantastic charities. They are all causes that are close to our hearts in SoftCo and we are delighted to support them.”

Jim Coffey, Co-Founder, SoftCo

 

Full details of the Charity Day will be released in the coming days.

 

About the Charities

CMRF Crumlin provides vital funding for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital and The National Children’s Research Centre to enable little patients to have the best possible outcomes. CMRF Crumlin’s core belief is that every sick child deserves the best chance through access to world-class research, equipment, and treatments when they become ill.

 

Guy’s Cancer is one of the UK’s leading providers of care and treatment for people with cancer. Guy’s Cancer is home to some of the best specialists in the country and offers the very latest facilities and pioneering treatments, thanks to our extensive research programmes. The Cancer Centre offers a welcoming, uplifting environment, designed with patients at its heart.

 

Irish Injured Jockeys was set up in 2014 by jockeys to help jockeys. It is the innovative driving force in the vitally important area of raising funds and drawing public attention to the need for enhanced care, rehabilitation and welfare of jockeys, past and present.