Niall Maxwell Gardens 4 Flood Relief Event:Niall Maxwell Gardens 4 Flood Relief
Date: 14-12-2009

its pretty wet out west..........

0 Days To Go!

So far I have raised:

This fundraising page is now completed and it is no longer possible to sponsor this fundraiser via this fundraising page.
Money raised off-line: €150.00
Money raised on-line: €400.00

My Personal Message

Hey Guys,

Thanks for visiting my personal fundraising page. The Irish Red Cross charity is a very worthy cause and I would very much appreciate your support in helping me to raise funds for this charity. The Irish Red Cross are doing trojan work bringing aid and relief to homes and business affected by the recent flooding.

Please read a few words about the charity that I have chosen to support below. You can donate using the "sponsor me now" button below via credit or debit card. You can be assured that your transaction on the website is very secure. You will automatically receive an e-mail from me thanking you for your support, and acknowledging the amount of your donation. Any donation no matter how small is hugely appreciated.

Many thanks in advance for your support,

Irish Red Cross

The Irish Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian aid organisation. With 97 million volunteers in 186 countries, the Red Cross Movement are on the ground at every natural disaster and conflict zone, bringing life-saving aid to people in desperate need. It is our mission to protect the lives and dignity of the most vulnerable people around the world. At home, here in Ireland, over 4,000 Irish Red Cross volunteers from 135 local branches reach out to vulnerable members of their community providing extensive community care programmes. Please give what you can today and help save lives. For more information please log onto

My Online Sponsors to Date

Name Date Type Amount Comment
Anonymous 04-01-2010 Donation €200.00 Great work Niall. A big thank you to Stewie and yourself.
Anonymous 16-12-2009 Donation €150.00 Well done Niall and Stewart
Anonymous 14-12-2009 Donation €50.00 Well Done Niall!