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05/08/15
Gala Auction 2015

 

Hammering it for Chernobyl….

 

On Saturday, August 8th at 8.30pm, join us for our annual auction. An amazing night is guaranteed filled with music, craic, fun, food, and friends, all to support the work of The Greater Chernobyl Cause.

The Gala Auction will be held at The Oar Bar and Restaurant Crosshaven Cork from 8.30pm til late. The restaurant will provide delicious finger food, admission is free but donations are appreciated.

The very talented MC Buzz O Connell will be ready with gavel in hand securing very fair prices for wonderful items. A great night is assured with music and craic and a very generous raffle

An incredible array of items will be on auction including  :   Art works donated by international renowned artists including  Jools Smith,  Chara Nagle, Philip French, Julian Smith etc . Membership packages at leisure centres including the Montenotte, Midleton Park, Clarion, Brookfield, Silversprings, Educo Gym, and NRG just to mention few! Breaks at leading Hotels Muckross Park Hotel & Spa, The Brehon Killarney, Castle Leslie Monaghan, Cliff House Hotel Ardmore, The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel Connemara, Actons Kinsale etc.   Fishing Days, Jewellery, Sailing Lessons, Kayak Day, Jewellery, Garden Furniture, Pampering Spa Packages, Sailing Gear and Much Much More!!!


The Greater Chernobyl Cause is involved in the construction and repair of Orphanages, Hospitals and Care Centres. Supporting regional economies by purchasing all building materials locally, and in turn, providing employment to the local workforce.
Actively involved in Hospice work for the elderly. Providing overseas medical treatment for sick children and actively participate in a holiday programme. Rescue and Rehabilitation programme providing families for homeless children enabling them to ultimately make a valuable contribution to society. They send Humanitarian Aid to Kazakhstan, Ukraine & Russia in sealed 40ftcontainers. Operating an education programme for schools and colleges, educating students about the wider world and the suffering that exists there. Offer students the opportunity of gaining work experience in Cork and operating a programme for overseas volunteers.

The charity also facilitate couples in the process of overseas adoption 

Last and certainly not least they work very closely (voluntarily) with the Irish Probationary Service, rehabilitating female clients by giving them the opportunity and a chance to make a difference for their future.

Fiona Corcoran founder of GCC has appealed to people to “Come out on Saturday August 8th to The Oar Bar and Restaurant Crosshaven Co Cork. Support our auction and help us to continue with our life saving work. We believe that every person has a right to dignity and the opportunity to achieve their potential in life and to have their basic human needs met.  We cannot solve all the problems but whatever the obstacles we encounter along the way, we are certain of one thing the plight of abandoned children and elderly cannot be forgotten.”

For more details please call Fiona on 087 9536133