Eugene Costello, from Loughrea in Galway, completed his first ever Croí Corrib Cycle in 2021 and raised an incredible €2,645 for Croí! Thank you Eugene!
We are so grateful to everyone who fundraises in aid of Croí. Your support allows us to continue our life-saving work fighting heart disease and stroke.
We would like to extend a huge thanks to Philip Rabbitt, who completed the 4x4x48 challenge. This challenge involved running 4 miles, every 4 hours, for 48 hours! Philip raised funds in aid of Croí to show his gratitude for the support given to his family after his nephew suffered a stroke. Thank you Philip!
The Wyer Family present a cheque of €3,138 to Croí, the heart and stroke charity, following a cycle fundraiser in memory of their mother, Mary Wyer. Mary, from Salthill, Galway, passed away very suddenly in 2016 at the age of 66 from an aortic dissection.
On the 5th anniversary of her passing, the Wyer family and friends cycled from Galway to Clifden, a route Mary once cycled herself in aid of Autism Ireland. The family raised an incredible total of €10,275, divided between Croí, Brothers of Charity and Galway Autism Partnership.
Pictured in Renville Park, back row L-R: Dee and Rachel Wyer, Colin and Louise Wilson, Roddy Wyer, Christine Flanagan (Croí Director of Fundraising). Front row L-R: Harry, Isabel and Kate Wilson, Emily Wyer.
Massive thank you to Christina, who soared the skies and completed a 13,000ft Skydive to raise funds for Croí in memory of her brother, Martin. Christina’s brother, Martin Gerald, passed away suddenly at the age of 34 from a heart attack. Christina did this skydive in honour of Martin’s 35th birthday and raised over €8,000 for Croí to support our fight against heart disease and stroke. Thank you Christina!