On the Bank Holiday Monday next, June 6th, on behalf of the GPPA, Catherine-Anne will be taking part in the Flora Women’s Mini Marathon to raise funds for the Loreto-based Crumlin Adult Education Centre.
The Centre was established to meet the needs of the local community, especially women, through the provision of opportunities for human growth and community development. The Centre aims to help people realise their own self-worth and potential, and to develop resources for more creative and effective living.
The Programme includes Personal Development, Stress Management, Women’s Health, Family Communications, Life Skills, Spirituality, UCD Outreach Programme in Women’s Studies, as well as back-up services such as counselling.
Sr. Brede Quirke, IBVM, is the co-ordinator of the centre, and she has strong links with the Green.
The Green Past Pupils’ Association considers this a very worthwhile cause and is delighted to be able to assist Sr. Brede in her work in the Centre.
If you’d like to make a donation to this fundraising appeal, please send your donation to:
GPPA, c/o Anne Cooke, 25 Nutgrove Park, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14.
(All cheques should be made payable to The Green Past Pupils’ Association.)
Alternatively, you can make a donation online by clicking on the mini marathon ‘donate’ button. You can pay with Paypal or credit card. All monies raised will go to the Loreto Charities.
(Please note – paypal withhold a percentage of the amount pledged)
You can be assured that all monies raised will go directly to Sr. Brede, and will be put to very good use.