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To date, we have donated:

18

Minibuses

24

Sports Wheelchairs and Sports Bikes

8

Supported Sport Clubs

With a programme of annual events, each year we are in a position to donate two minibuses and a series of sporting equipment.

But we want to do more and need your help to do it!

Read About Some of the People We Have Helped and Continue to Help!

young boy playing table cricket ireland
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Table Cricket

Table cricket is a programme run by Leinster Cricket. A very fast growing sport, it enables children with special needs to participate in a competitive activity. An adapted version of cricket, it’s played on a table tennis table.  Lord’s Taverners Ireland makes a major contribution to the cost of this Cricket Leinster programme that is…

custom made handcycles for children with special needs by lords taverners ireland
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The Benhaffaf twins

We were delighted to present, once conjoined twins, Hassan and Hussein Benhaffaf, with two custom made handcycles at our 2018 Christmas lunch, ensuring the boys received them in time for Christmas Day.  Their mother, Angie Benhaffaf, said: “I want to thank The Lord’s Taverners and all their supporters from my heart. Since Hassan & Hussein were…

Sadbh Ni Laoghaire's tricycle by lord's taverners ireland
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Sadbh Ni Laoghaire

Sadbh was diagnosed with Myelomeningocele, a severe case of Spina Bifida. A neural tube defect in which the bones of the spine do not completely form resulting in an incomplete spinal canal.  A keen rower, Sadbh’s ambition is to compete at competition level in regattas. An important component of her training is building her aerobic volume through cycling however,…

Rebel Wheelers ireland
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Irish Wheelchair Association 

Lord’s Taverners Ireland are in a strategic partnership with the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA), specifically supporting the IWA’s sport programme.    This year, we provided funding to support the purchasing of two vans by the IWA.  These vans will go a long way in supporting the range of activities implemented by the IWA, including all IWA…

Kingdom Wheelblasters lord's taverners ireland
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The kingdom Wheelblasters

The Kingdom Wheelblasters are an Irish Wheelchair Association affiliated sports club for children and teenagers with a physical disability.  Tadhg Buckley, recognising the need for a sporting outlet for wheelchair users, created the Kingdom Wheelblasters. With a daughter Niamh, a wheelchair user, he felt that she should be afforded the same opportunities in sport as…

Danial Tighe's customised running chair
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Daniel Tighe

Daniel was born with a rare condition called Sotos Syndrome, which causes severe intellectual disability, visual impairment, epilepsy, sensory processing disorder, feeding difficulties, nonverbal and challenging behaviours. Daniel is one of only 40 children living in Ireland this rare genetic disorder that also affects growth. By the age of 10 months he was the size…