‘Viathlon’ Fundraiser Raises €1,200 Donation For Tralee Homeless Facility

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ViClarity’s Ogie Sheehy presents a cheque to Michael Fleming from Novas.

OVER the last two weeks Tralee company ViClarity, based at Kerry Technology Park, have been taking part in 12 challenges over 12 days as part of their Viathlon fundraiser.

The event had the group doing battle in a mix of sporting and offices challenges which included a 5K run, cracker eating competitions, push/sit up challenge, a breakfast morning and ended with an eight kilometre hike.

The event gained great interest from the public and there were over 20 donations made to Novas Ireland who run the Arlington Lodge facility.

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With these donations and with ViClarity’s own donation Novas Ireland received €1,200 from the fundraiser.

ViClarity CEO, Ogie Sheehy was delighted to present Michael Fleming from Novas with a cheque for €1200 on Thursday morning at ViClarity’s offices in the Tom Crean Centre.

The money raised will help the organisation with the running of their Tralee based facilities.

ViClarity CEO Ogie Sheehy said “We were delighted to have raised these funds and to make a donation to Novas Ireland. The whole team at ViClarity got behind the fundraiser and we enjoyed taking part in the event. We hope these funds will help Novas with their mission to help the homeless in Ireland. Thanks to everyone who donated to the fundraiser.”

One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    It is interesting that donations are needed for the homeless and not for so called state payed direct provision centres.

    It is ironic that being a homeless person and mainly Irish or European citizens is at a disadvantage to being an illegal migrant or asylum seeker in a direct provision!

    Banana Irish Republic?