20 September 2019; Iron Cup Winners The Toureen Group, team captain David O'Donnell from Beart Co Donegal lifts the cup as his team-mates celebrate, pictured at Croke Park with the Perpetual Iron Cup for Gaelic Football for the Inaugural Iron Games 2019 in aid of the Irish Haemochromatosis Association (IHA). Well-known Irish construction companies competed in Gaelic Football in Croke Park on Friday, 20th September. Set to raise vital funds to combat the most common genetic disorder in Ireland and to promote health, wellness and engagement amongst construction employees, plans are already afoot to stage the games in 2020, when all industries will be invited to participate and make a real difference to the treatments for this disorder.  Participants can sign up for 2020 or donate on www.haemochromatosis-ir.com. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

Set up your own fundraising page with idonate

If you would like to set up your own fundraising page and raise funds for the work of the Irish Haemochromatosis Association, it is very easy! Just go to https://www.idonate.ie/cause/IrishHaem and set up your own page for any event, including everything from running a marathon, doing a walk, organising a bingo night or doing any other sports activity! The Irish Haemochromatosis Association is already a registered charity for fundraising purposes with idonate.

Be sure to email us to let us know if you are planning an event and when you have signed up. We can send you information packs, tshirts and more information on how you can make a positive impact on our work. Email: miriam@haemochromatosis.ie

Iron Cup Winners The Toureen Group, team captain David O’Donnell from Beart Co Donegal lifts the cup as his team-mates celebrate at Croke Park for the Iron Games in aid of the Irish Haemochromatosis Association. Well-known Irish construction companies competed in Croke Park to raise vital funds to combat the most common genetic disorder in Ireland and to promote health, wellness and engagement amongst construction employees.

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