Clonmore Robert Emmets GAA Club has been awarded £12,000 towards its ‘Lighting the Way’ project through Moy Park's Community Support Fund.
The club is using the grant to enhance lighting and access to its walking track so it’s available throughout the year for all members of the community.
The club received the grant from the £1 million Community Support Fund Moy Park established in 2020 to support organisations local to its operations across Europe.
Speaking of the support, Ruairi Cunningham, Project Lead for the Lighting the Way Project at the club said; "Clonmore Robert Emmets GAA Club is delighted to have received support from the Moy Park Community Support Fund towards our Lighting the Way project. This financial help will ensure that our club walking track is open to all in the community throughout the year providing a safe environment for all to enjoy whilst improving the physical and mental wellbeing of all users."
To apply for Moy Park’s Community Support Fund visit: https://moypark.com/community-support.
Pictured left to right is Fintan McAliskey (Club Secretary), Gerard Cunningham (Chairperson) and Ruairi Cunningham (Club Treasurer) from Clonmore Robert Emmets.