Choir to sing for Down Syndrome Limerick at Milk Market

'Support needed': Noreen Keane, chairperson, pictured with her son Ronan
Down Syndrome Limerick who need over €200,000 a year to cover their operating costs will be at the Milk Market in Limerick city this Saturday with a special choir to help raise funds for the organisation.

Down Syndrome Limerick who need over €200,000 a year to cover their operating costs will be at the Milk Market in Limerick city this Saturday with a special choir to help raise funds for the organisation.

“We will be singing from 10am to 2pm and are very grateful to members of Shannon Golf Club choir who will be joining us at this special Christmas occasion,” said Joe Kelly, one of the organisers.

Down Syndrome Limerick is a voluntary, local, parent-led organisation which depends on fundraising to provide services for children and adults with Down syndrome and their families. “All monies collected in fundraising are used legitimately to provide essential supports and services for our members.

“We are a non-profit making charity and continue to need your help as our operating costs are over €200,000 per year. So with Christmas approaching we need your continued support more than ever,” said Noreen Keane, chairperson, pictured above with her son Ronan.