FAI supports unique charity event

Milo Corcoran

FAI supports unique charity event

Alan Corcoran, the late former FAI President Milo Corcoran’s son, will be swimming 500km from the north coast to the south coast of Ireland this May in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation’s Stroke awareness campaign and the Solas Cancer Support Centre, Waterford.
15th Mar 2017

Milo sadly passed away last August aged 65 after a short battle with Cancer following his diagnosis shortly after travelling around France to support the Boys in Green during last summer’s UEFA EURO 2016 campaign. 

Unfortunately Milo also suffered a Stroke in 2011 but due to his determination he was able to regain his independence and resume his roles within the FAI. Following this, Alan ran 35 marathons in 35 consecutive days raising €15,000 for the Irish Heart Foundation’s Stroke awareness campaign, the Football Village of Hope, a peace building football charity Milo was instrumental in establishing and also the NRH. 

Keen to assist the Irish Heart Foundation’s Stroke campaign and support the Solas Cancer Support Centre which his family used, Alan will begin swimming on the 13th May, swimming up to 6 hours a day in the Irish Sea until he reaches his home town of Waterford. 

Milo Corcoran

Please keep an eye out and donate what you can to the Irish Heart Foundation bucket collectors at the upcoming Wales game 24th March. 

 

To make a charity donation or to help in anyway with corporate sponsorship, equipment or crew support please visit Alan’s website www.marathonman.co