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5k Glow Run
Apr 10 at 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
This year’s 5k Glow Run will be held in memory of Jacinta O’Brien, a former member of the Physical Education and Sports Science Department in UL who sadly passed away from SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome) in 2004. Jacinta completely immersed herself in the UL community, in sport and within the PESS faculty. In remembrance of her passing, each year a charity run is organized by the 2nd year Sport and Exercise Science students.
This year, all the money raised from the run will be donated to Temple Street Children’s Hospital and Limerick Suicide Watch. Temple Street Hospital was chosen for their vital work in providing medical treatment for children throughout Ireland. Limerick Suicide watch aims to help people in distress or that may be feeling suicidal. Each week patrol teams are sent out to keep eyes on the river and be of assistance to anyone in need. The charity is completely reliant on donations therefore, being an optimal recipient for the money raised from this year’s Glow Run.
Online registration – https://sirius.eventmaster.ie/event/LGGtp3H76