Rope For Hope 2017



This exciting fundraiser is a unique once-in-a-lifetime chance to abseil 115 ft down the side of State Street International’s building at Sir John Rogerson Quay, Dublin City.ROPEforHOPElogoFINAL

Rope for Hope takes place on 1st September 2017 and is open to the general public and there are a variety of ways to participate – as an individual, in a team, or by nominating your boss! Fancy dress is optional and there will be a prize for the best super hero!!!

Participants are expected to fundraise a minimum of €1,000. There is also a €100 registration fee, which will be counted as part of the total €1,000 raised.

Registration is now open, please sign up and our Fundraising Officer Mary Quille will be in contact with you. If you require further details, email or call the office on (01) 205 2012.

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