Club fundraising

The club has various means of fundraising throughout the year. Support for all these fundraising methods is much appreciated.

County Draw

The club has a strong membership in the Cork county board draw which give an excellent revenue stream to the club. Any new members who wish to join this draw should contact Patsy O Mahoney (086)053 1303

Weekly Lotto

The weekly lotto is vital to sustaining the club. Its provides a constant revenue source to the club but we are always looking to increase subscriptions. 

Lotto tickets can be purchased weekly in any of the villages shops or pubs or from any club officer. Alternatively, the club lotto can be purchased on a yearly ticket at a cost of €90. This payment includes 7 free draws throughout the year. Yearly subscriptions can be purchased from Alan Kenny or any club officer. 

Details of the lotto draws / results will be posted on the website weekly

Golf Classic

The club runs an annual golf classic in mid May. Funds raised through this event have contributed towards the repayment of development loans taken out by the club in recent years. Details for each years golf classic will be published on the website.

Players 5k Run / Walk

2014 saw the clubs players organise our first 5k fun run / walk on St. Stephens day. The event was superbly supported with 218 participants for the inaugural running . The event is professionally run with accurate distances and timing for the serious runners. However the not so serious participants are also catered for with many choosing to jog or walk the course to work off the Christmas dinner and to soak up the amazing atmosphere.

The 5k run / walk is to become an annual event taking place each St. Stephens day.

Juvenile Club – Christmas Draw

The juvenile club holds an annual Christmas draw which is very important source of revenue to them. Continued support of this is appreciated

Juvenile Cub – Sponsored Walk

In addition to the Christmas draw detailed above the juvenile club also undertake a sponsored walk to raise funds

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