Croagh Patrick Climb for the Irish Cancer Society.

Patrick Ginnelly, Michael Higgins, Colm Kilroy and Paul Greene at the Peak

Sean and all the team at Cleary’s Loss Assessors would like to congratulate all of those who climbed Croagh Patrick on Saturday 17th of July in aid of The Irish Cancer Society. The Climb which honoured the memory of David Mc Dermott of Hastings Insurance Brokers, who passed away last year, was organised by members of The Insurance Institute of Galway in conjunction with the Young IBA.

Over 180 people climbed the reek on the day, and a fantastic day out was had by all. Over €5,000 was raised and you can still send in sponsorship by clicking on the following link:

Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society is the national charity dedicated to preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer and improving the quality of life of those living with cancer through patient care, research and education.

The Society is financed entirely by voluntary contributions from the public and receives no government funding. They rely on thousands of dedicated volunteers from around the country to help with fundraising activities. The largest voluntary funders of Cancer Research in Ireland, they also provide support and nursing care for people at every step of their cancer journey.