Get active & support Mayo Camogie and Mayo Women’s Support Services with the 2nd annual #Move4MayoCamogie campaign.
Mayo Camogie are again encouraging everyone to get active in the New Year throughout January by moving for 2022 seconds each day or as often as you can – it’s just under 34 minutes!
Run, walk, cycle, swim, jog, skip, play games, practice skills – whatever you want to do! The important thing is to get moving. Donate to the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign on iDonate – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie22
With four active Camogie clubs in Mayo and county teams from Under 14 up to adult level, Mayo Camogie is a growing sport. We are hoping to raise funds to not only support our club and county players to grow and develop their camogie skills and experiences, but also to support the great work of a charity, important to all of us. Our teams all had a great year on the fields of play during 2021 and our Junior team became All-Ireland champions winning the Nancy Murray Cup!
2022 will be a busier year and will require more funding, so we are encouraging everyone to move and donate!
15% of all monies raised through the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign will be given to the Mayo Women’s Support Services.
Commenting on the launch, Rosemary Smith, Chairperson of Mayo Camogie County Board said “We are very pleased to be launching the 2nd annual #Move4MayoCamogie campaign after a very successful year in 2021. At Mayo Camogie we are very committed to all our club and county camogie players and are keen that they be able to develop both their skills and experiences of the game. To nurture this development potential, we need adequate funding. We received lots of support for the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign last year which was massively appreciated and we hope everyone can give generously again this year.
Camogie is one of our national sports and a fantastic game for fitness, teamwork and fun. We hope to introduce lots more girls all across the county to the game in the coming year and beyond. We look forward to seeing everyone’s activity for #Move4MayoCamogie and raising lots of money to support both our Mayo Camogie Girls and the Mayo Women’s Support Services great work.”
To participate in the #Move4MayoCamogie campaign you can get moving, share your updates on social media using the hashtag or email images of you getting moving to firstname.lastname@example.org for sharing on our social media channels.
To support our campaign please visit – www.idonate.ie/move4mayocamogie22