Sign up today for the CMRF Crumlin Abseil Challenge
The countdown is on for the 18th September when Ryan Andrews and Michaela O’Neill will drop 100 feet off the Hogan stand in Croke Park as part of the exhilarating CMRF Crumlin Abseil.
Ryan and Michaela will be going to new heights to raise vital funds for our little patients when they abseil off the roof of Croke Park in Dublin.
Sign up today to join Ryan, Michaela and other adventure seekers as they abseil off Croke Park to raise vital funds for our little patients in CHI at Crumlin.
“We're delighted to be taking part in the Abseil for CMRF Crumlin challenge,” says Ryan. “It all made it real when we put the harnesses on and looked out onto Killiney Hill to hone our abseiling skills. It's a long way down to be honest. We think we're ok with heights, and we've never had a problem with it before. But when you're hanging off Croke Park it's a different story. So we'll see. I'm saying we'll be ok with heights now but hopefully I won't back out on the day.”
CMRF Crumlin hopes to raise €30,000 this year with spaces limited to 80 people, with each group heading off at spaced out intervals to ensure all safety and social distancing guidelines are adhered to. Adventure.ie will be providing all of the abseil planning and logistics on the day, keeping everyone safe and ensuring everyone enjoys the challenge.
There is a €70 registration fee and the minimum people must raise is an additional €350. Participants will climb down behind the large screen on the Hogan stand before dropping down in a 100 foot abseil to the pitch side.
For those interested, please email Bernice at email@example.com [Social distancing and all health and safety measures will be adhered to during the abseil].
To donate please click the following link: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/CMRFCrumlinAbseil2020