Every Penny Raised will go to Feileacain to help those families whose world has fallen apart. Feileacain provide Memory Boxes, Cuddle Cots, Bereavement Counselling, Play Therapy and Group Meetings to Bereaved Parents and Children across the Country with no funding from Government.
Our Match Programme on the day will contain advertisements from Companies and individuals who support us.
We will be holding open training for any dad who would like to come down to the Irishtown all weather pitch at 1PM on: All training postponed until after the COVID19 emergency
Hi All, as we near the date of the delayed match we are still under the covid cloud so we have taken the decision to postpone till May 2022 in the hopes that there will be some certainty about getting a crowd in to see everyone playing for their angels. Please keep an eye on our socials for more updates.
Féileacáin (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland – SANDAI) was formed in 2009 and subsequently registered as a charity in 2010 ( CHY – 19635). Feileacain was formed by a group of bereaved parents to offer support to anyone affected by the death of a baby around the time of birth, and the organisation is now the national charity supporting families affected by perinatal loss.
Feileacain is a volunteer led organisation and receives no funding from central government, relying instead on the support of our community and the families who avail of our services.
Dublin Port Company is a State-owned commercial company responsible for operating and developing Dublin Port. Dublin Port is the largest freight and passenger port in Ireland with all cargo handling activities being carried out by private sector companies operating in intensely competitive markets within the Port.
Dublin Port is one of five major ports classified as Tier 1 / Tier 2 ports in National Port Policy and categorised as core / comprehensive ports in the EU’s TEN-T network. Dublin Port’s large share of national port volumes, particularly in the Ro-Ro and Lo-Lo modes, arises due to a combination of two factors, location and depth of water. Dublin Port is a key part of the national port system and Dublin Port Company seeks to ensure that it plays its role in providing national port capacity.
Dublin Port handles almost 50% of all trade in the Republic of Ireland. Located in the heart of Dublin City and at the hub of the national road and rail network, Dublin Port is a key strategic access point for Ireland and in particular the Dublin area.
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Construction Spares is Ireland’s leading supplier of wear parts, lubricants, filters and consumables. Our reputation for quality parts, service and back-up is well known throughout the construction, agriculture, trucking and marine industries throughout Ireland for over 30 years.
We offer fast and reliable solutions to your specialist parts requirements. We have over 15,000 products in stock and offer next day delivery throughout Ireland.
You can browse through the various product categories on www.constructionspares.com or contact us on 01 459 4338.
SANDYMOUNT HOTEL IN DUBLIN
The 4 star award winning Sandymount Hotel has been run by the Loughran Family since 1955, celebrating over 63 years as the largest independent family run hotel in Dublin.
Located near Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 beside the Aviva Stadium and Lansdowne Rd DART station, you can be in Dublin city centre in minutes and at the city’s top attractions including Grafton Street, the Guinness Storehouse and Dublin Castle.
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL
Dublin City Council is the democratically elected body that governs Dublin City. We are the largest Local Authority in Ireland.
Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) was established in 1840 as a result of the Municipal Corporation Reform (Ireland) Act.
This law implemented many important reforms that were needed to improve the operations and accountability of local government. One of the most significant of these was to greatly increase the number of people who could vote in city elections.