Students of Scoil Iosaif Naofa and Calasanctius College raise €734.90 for Galway Hospice!

Well done to the boys from the Scoil Iosaif Naofa and Calasanctius College in Oranmore, Galway, who played their lungs out last Christmas at Oranmore Town Centre, all in aid of Galway Hospice.  The boys raised a fantastic €734.90 for Galway Hospice through their exceptional performance.

Pictured in action are (l-r): Tina Glynn with Jude Moran-Nunn, Conor Fogarty, Matthew McKernan, Luke Corrigan, Conor Mullins and Rory Glynn.

Well done to the boys for their fantastic fundraising efforts in aid of Galway Hospice. It is heartwarming to see young people like these giving their time to raise funds for charity.  Thanks especially to the teachers and parents who cultivated the boys’ musical skills and to the two schools in question for facilitating the fundraising venture!  Well done to all concerned.

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