Castleisland AFC Members Offering ‘Home Deliveries and Assistance’ Service

Castleisland AFC remembers the help it got from the community on the greatest achievement in its history and now wants to help its community. Brendan Griffin, TD and Minister of State for Tourism and Sport and Castleisland AFC Chairman, Patrick O’Rourke with a cast of thousands as they cut the ribbon at the official opening of the Georgie O’Callaghan Park in Castleisland at the end of last April. ©Photograph: John Reidy 27-4-2019

“I just wanted to let you know that the Castleisland AFC Committee members are offering a Home Deliveries and Assistance service to those in need during these difficult times,” that’s the opening line of another great local community initiative – this time from Castleisland AFC PRO, Neil O’Sullivan.

In our Time of Need

“During our time of need, in fundraising for the Georgie O’Callaghan Park, the community supported us and now we want to do the same for the community,” Neil said.

“Home deliveries and assistance services are available from our members in the strictest confidence!
Great Community Being Tested
“Our great community is being tested in these difficult times. Castleisland AFC committee members are now available to assist the most vulnerable, self-isolating or anyone else who needs assistance during this period.
Avoid Taking Risks
“Our club has people willing to deliver food, medication, fuel etc to people’s doors in the strictest of confidence. We urge those in need to not take any risks.

To avail of this service by contacting any of the numbers below or message us privately on Facebook.
Club Members Contact List
Edmond – 087 2882809; John – 086 8422081; David – 085 8529094; Paul – 087 6951661 and Kevin – 087 1214146
“Stay safe, stay calm and look out for each other,” is Neil’s parting advice for now.

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