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This year’s Relay for Life will take place again in St. Michael’s GAA Grounds in Toomevara.
The 2015 Relay which is set to take place on the 15/16 August, will see the people of Tipperary join forces with the Irish Cancer Society to host the deeply moving and uplifting 24-hour community event which celebrates survivorship, remembers those lost to cancer, and plays an active role in raising awareness of cancer in the community.
All funds raised through sponsorship and fundraising will go to support the Irish Cancer Society’s services in Tipperary, and to support its work in achieving world-class cancer services, ensuring fewer people get cancer and those that do have better outcomes.
Speaking about the Relay for Life Kathleen O’Meara, Head of Advocacy & Communications at the Irish Cancer Society said, “Cancer is something that affects so many people. This event is unique in that it gives people a way to come together and remember those who they have lost, celebrate with those who have survived and fight back together against cancer. We encourage as many people as possible to get involved in what is sure to be a unique, empowering and fun event and one that can make a real difference for people living with cancer now and those who may be diagnosed in the future.”
Lorna King, Chairperson of the Relay for Life Committee says “there are many ways to get involved in the Relay for Life event. Be part of a team, come together with friends and family, teams are such an integral part of this event. We are always looking for volunteers for the event to help out on the day. If you are a cancer survivor, please come along and be our VIPs for the day. There will be a full schedule of entertainment for the event”.
If you would like to part of Tipperary Relay for Life please email email@example.com