For Clodagh Cogley

121,235 of €150k goal

Raised by 1,256 people in 17 months
Anne Scrivener  Dublin, Ireland


Clodagh was seriously injured in the recent balcony collapse in Berkeley and her life will never be the same again. But like everything Clodagh has ever done she’s facing into this with courage and determination.

In a recent inspirational Facebook post Clodagh herself urges all of us to “Enjoy a good dance and the feeling of grass beneath your feet like it's the last time because in this crazy world you never know when it might be.”

Clodagh is currently receiving treatment in Dublin. Clodagh will need a lot of support to help her live a happy and fulfilling life. We want to give Clodagh the best start possible as she embarks on this new phase in her life. Her family house will need to be adapted significantly to meet Clodagh's needs and accommodate a wheelchair and there'll be numerous other expenses - we want to help with this. Any funds raised will be used to help Clodagh and her family meet these costs.

https://www.facebook.com/clodaghcogleyfund
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Update 1
Posted by Anne Scrivener
13 months ago
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Clodagh has now returned to university in Dublin. She resumed her studies initially while continuing to receive in-patient rehab hospital treatment. We're pleased to tell you that she's also now moved back into her family home. Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of so many contributors, and the many fund-raising events that have taken place and are yet to be staged, we estimate that Clodagh will soon surpass her target to cover short and medium term expenses. Solutions to adapt the family house are nearly completed so that she may resume a normal life.

We're forever grateful to those who gave up so much of their time, resources and money. We'll never be able to thank everyone individually but we'll do our best and we hope that the outpouring of goodness and the kindness of so many will linger as a positive legacy to the dreadful tragedy that took six wonderful young lives and that caused such sadness.
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Diane Paris
17 months ago
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I would like to donate but am not sure how to convert dollars on the site.

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Veronica Kelly
17 months ago

I wish you Clodagh and your friends a speedy recovery, god bless you all, from all the kellys

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Mary Darmody
17 months ago

Best wishes Clodagh as you start on the road to recovery.

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Robert Browne
17 months ago

I think they will convert your dollar donation automatically.

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121,235 of €150k goal

Raised by 1,256 people in 17 months
Created June 27, 2015
SL
€10
stan lee
3 days ago
NK
€10
nolan kamp
9 days ago
FM
€1,000
Fred McGrath
3 months ago
€200
Anonymous
5 months ago
NM
€5
Naoise Mullins
6 months ago
€9
Anonymous
6 months ago
MR
€25
Mary Rogan
12 months ago
€50
Anonymous
12 months ago
LJ
€10
Louise Jones
12 months ago
€20
Anonymous
12 months ago
Diane Paris
17 months ago
1
1

I would like to donate but am not sure how to convert dollars on the site.

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Veronica Kelly
17 months ago

I wish you Clodagh and your friends a speedy recovery, god bless you all, from all the kellys

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Mary Darmody
17 months ago

Best wishes Clodagh as you start on the road to recovery.

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Robert Browne
17 months ago

I think they will convert your dollar donation automatically.

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