here are many, many ways to show your admiration and appreciation for someone who inspires you.
You can write your hero a poem, sing them a song, maybe even paint the lucky recipient a highly flattering portrait in oils.
For Greystones native Tom O’Mahony, paying his respects to Professor John Crown and the life-saving research this world-renowned Irish oncologist does with The Caroline Foundation is best expressed by jumping out of a plane.
At 13,000 feet.
“Some 37,000 people are diagnosed annually with cancer in Ireland,” says Tom. “Cancer research is crucial to improve the prevention, detection and treatment of cancers and ensure that survivors live longer, healthier and better quality lives.
“On August 28th, I will skydive at speeds of up to 200km/hr to raise funds for Professor John Crown. In supporting my adventure you are helping to bring awareness to this vital area of medical research and be part of making a difference in peoples’ lives.”
You heard the man. He’s going out on all four limbs to help Professor John Crown save lives. So, donate here. Now.
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