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Heroes

The people working in Bord na Móna are exceptional in many ways

Many go above and beyond in their work, others are great leaders and innovators, and there are those socially responsible staff that try to make a difference to the world around them, both in and out of work. There are many such stories to tell, but here we will focus on just a few.

The people working in Bord na Móna are exceptional in many ways

Many go above and beyond in their work, others are great leaders and innovators, and there are those socially responsible staff that try to make a difference to the world around them, both in and out of work. There are many such stories to tell, but here we will focus on just a few.

Sustainability Heroes at our Naturally Driven Café

We went on a search for #SustainabilityHeroes around Ireland to celebrate the people making an effort to live more sustainably. We asked people and communities to share why they are naturally driven to live more sustainably and invited some of our sustainability heroes to join our Naturally Driven Café with TodayFM’s Dermot & Dave on Tuesday October 3rd.

In 2015, Michael Heneghan journeyed to Uganda with a charity called Nurture Africa

The Irish charity was set up to help support Ugandan children that are infected by, or affected by HIV. Nurture Africa provide access to free quality healthcare, education and provide support and guidance in the building of sustainable livelihoods. During his time in Uganda, Michael was involved in a number of activities; library outreach, construction, basic first aid training, business visits and home visits.

In 2015, Michael Heneghan journeyed to Uganda with a charity called Nurture Africa

The Irish charity was set up to help support Ugandan children that are infected by, or affected by HIV. Nurture Africa provide access to free quality healthcare, education and provide support and guidance in the building of sustainable livelihoods. During his time in Uganda, Michael was involved in a number of activities; library outreach, construction, basic first aid training, business visits and home visits.

Daniel Conville ran a marathon to raise funds for Temple Street Children's Hospital

When Daniel’s daughter Gemma was born she had a condition called C-Cam. Against the odds, the care given to Gemma at Temple Street Children’s Hospital means she can now live life without a care in the world. To show appreciation, and to help raise much needed funds for improvements, Daniel has made a commitment to continue raising funds for this great cause.

Annette White joined a number of friends to raise money for Sensational Kids

The majority of people taking part in the event were doing it for charity. A “Runamuck” event means running, sitting, sliding, jumping down river banks, over bails and into pools of mud.

Annette White joined a number of friends to raise money for Sensational Kids

The majority of people taking part in the event were doing it for charity. A “Runamuck” event means running, sitting, sliding, jumping down river banks, over bails and into pools of mud.