The Scenic Carlingford Ferry Loop Sportive is a challenge, and with a challenge we encourage the participants to raise some much needed funds for charities and other worthwhile causes. If you do wish to raise money for charity please consider The Scenic Carlingford Ferry charity partners below.
The Maria Goretti Foundation
At the heart of the Foundation, the care and dignity of children and their families at the Respite Centre at Lordship and seeks to be a protagonist of such children and their families.
The Foundation is a registered charity and is committed to the support of children with disabilities. The centre at Lordship, Co. Louth is currently a purpose built eight bed-roomed facility that operates under the auspices of the HSE and is currently managed by Rehab Care. The Foundation seeks to further the cause of children with disabilities and is interested in research in this field. Building on the experience of the children and families that use the centre we are committed to responding creatively to their needs into the future.
Mourne Stimulus Day Centre
Mourne Stimulus Day Centre is a non-profit voluntary organisation formed in 1995 and recognised as a charity. A voluntary organisation providing high quality day care services for 37 adults per day.
Offering a range of activities, educational, vocational and essential skills. Their Garden Project offers a therapeutic environment where attenders are given responsibilities to maintain the garden and grounds. Their Picture Framing studio promotes a wrk ethos and provides an opportunity for attenders to be creative and interact with the public. Offering facilities for sensory stimulation and as communication is essential for self expression, we encourage the use of Makaton signs and symbols. Attendees play an important role in our local community through integration in social events. The Mourne Stimulus Makaton Choir is well known and performs regularly in public, demonstrating their passion for music, drama and communication.