Friends and Family Helping Ned Flynn Make his Cordal Home Wheelchair Accessible

Friends and family of Cordal man Ned Flynn have rallied around him to make his home wheelchair friendly after his road traffic accident in Castleisland earlier this year. Photograph: John Reidy

Family, friends and neighbours of Cordal man Ned Flynn are rallying to his side and have set up a GoFundMe page.

Ned was seriously injured in a road traffic accident on the outskirts of Castleisland on January 2nd. this year.

The fundraiser is to help make Ned’s family home wheelchair accessible for when he is eventually released from hospital.

Group of Supporters

His group of supporters expected that he will be released sometime soon and they believe that he is on a long road to recovery.
The funds raised in the GoFundMe campaign will go specifically toward making Ned and Breda’s home in Ballyplymoth wheelchair accessible, so he can return to live in his own home and be near his many friends and family.

All donations, great or small will be gratefully received and the campaign has set a goal of raising €100,000.

Find the GoFundMe Link

You’ll find the link to Ned’s GoFundMe page with a click on the link here:

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