Supporters 2019

A massive thank you to Shania, Erin & Sinead from the Four String Quartet who played Carols in Tesco before Christmas & raised 


Thank you girls

During October these fab local business owners raised funds for Links2pink and we were thrilled.

Thank you Gary Toal of Taylor and Toal Opticians, Emma from Baraka and Barry from Antrim Ecig who between them raised


Community partnering and supporting each other at its best!

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Thank you to our amazing Croupiers at our Las Vegas Night in Massereene Golf Club, they all looked the part and created such a buzz.


We raised £2,500 to allow us to help families in our community! Thank you also to everyone who came and supported the night, sponsors and those who donated prizes.


Click on the Las Vegas photo to see the pics taken by the wonderful Peter McMeekin, from Mast Photography, who always captures the highlights so well!

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A big thank you to Andie Crafts (Andrea & Raymond) who chose Links2Pink as their charity for 2018-19.

Thank you from the bottom of our wee pink hearts!

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£1,250 was raised by Sleepy Hollow Nursery at their Super Hero Day and was presented by Diane & Bronagh.


Big thanks to all the super heroes involved but especially, the “Super Woman” Ju Hen who nominated us!


A big thank you to Helen from Ivy Lane Floral Design for choosing us as one of her charities for 2018-19. 

Big thank you to Kevin and Robin for their support & for raising £2,000 through their charity day at Massereene GC.

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This is Stephen, from Lurgan, who

ran the 2019 Dublin Marathon and raised £900 for Links2pink because he believes in our work! 

He is quite simply an amazing person and we thank him from the bottom of our hearts! 

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He might be too cool for school but this boy has a great big heart! 


Thank you Jim Cosgrove for your donation of £270 from your event in September Stoneworks Gymnasium 

Well he did it and we were there to witness it!

Well done David Mailey!

You smashed your target and the jump.

Big thanks to you, Jacqueline and to the McCookes for donating the prize.
Lost a stone & raised

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Jean Sinnamonm, alongside her daughter Valerie Notman, asked for donations rather than presents for a special birthday and kindly shared the

£750 with us and The local MS support group.

Thank you Jean xx


A big thank you to Shauna Tweedie and Pavers at The Junction for their very generous donation of £500.


We had the absolute honour of helping Shauna and her family during a difficult time last year and Shauna nominated us for the Pavers grant 

Another person running the Dublin marathon was Stephen Hughes, who was doing so in memory of his sister Mary who passed away on 12 February after a brave battle against cancer. 


Links2Pink wanted to help by arranging a day out for Mary, where she would have been be pampered and have fun, away from her daily hospital treatments.

Sadly, Mary was never able to go on her day trip but we were honoured to offer help to her and her family.

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We were absolutely honoured to be invited to the Graduation day at Greenmount Campus twhere the student council chose Links2pink as their charity for the year and presented us with a cheque for £2,250.

Thank you and congratulations to our very own Sarah Davidson who not only graduated but won two very special awards as well!

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We are always grateful for the support we receive from local businesses.

Thank you to Greig McAfee who chose us as his charity of the year at The Top Of The Town

A huge thank you to Lady Captain Heather Myles, from Massereene Golf Club, who chose Links2pink as her charity for the year.

Heather presented us £1,770.

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