The Irish Heart Foundation is the national charity fighting stroke and heart disease, funded up to 90 per cent by public and corporate donations.
Their mission is to lead in improving the cardiovascular health of people living in Ireland so they do not experience disability or die from preventable heart, stroke and other blood vessel diseases.
This website is an information point about the Cormac Trust, which was set up after the sudden death of Cormac McAnallen on the 2nd March, 2004.
The CRY Charity has objectives in the work they do, primarily to raise awareness of the condition known as ‘Sudden Cardiac Death’ or ‘Sudden Adult Death Syndrome’ through media campaigns and information meetings.
Round Tower (Cumann an Chloigthí, Cluain Dolcáin ) is a GAA club associated with the Dublin County Board club based in Clondalkin.