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Sponsorship

Bord na Móna has supported many worthy causes over the years and continues to do so today

Charitable donations, community bursaries, and the funding of education programmes are just some of the ways we try to enrich the communities where we operate

Bord na Móna has supported many worthy causes over the years and continues to do so today

Charitable donations, community bursaries, and the funding of education programmes are just some of the ways we try to enrich the communities where we operate

Supporting communities through donations, sponsorship and fundraising

Bord na Móna is deeply committed to enriching communities, villages and towns across Ireland. If you have a donation, sponsorship or fundraising request we would love to hear from you.

Bord na Móna O'Connor Park Sponsorship

Bord na Móna and Offaly GAA have announced a ten year partnership naming agreement for Bord na Móna O’Connor Park in Tullamore. This deal will further enhance the links between both organisations and provides ongoing support and investment for the future of Offaly GAA.

Bord na Móna O'Connor Park Sponsorship

Bord na Móna and Offaly GAA have announced a ten year partnership naming agreement for Bord na Móna O’Connor Park in Tullamore. This deal will further enhance the links between both organisations and provides ongoing support and investment for the future of Offaly GAA.

Bord na Móna are proud sponsors of the Leinster GAA Series

This sponsorship began in 2012 and saw us as the first title sponsor in the competitions 60 year history and continues our strong association with the GAA.

Bord na Móna sponsors Liam O'Connell schools debate

Bord na Móna sponsored the Liam O’Connell schools debate for the third time in 2017. The debate was won by the Holy Family from Newbridge, with Jack Murray of the PBS Newbridge winning the outstanding speaker award.

Bord na Móna sponsors Liam O'Connell schools debate

Bord na Móna sponsored the Liam O’Connell schools debate for the third time in 2017. The debate was won by the Holy Family from Newbridge, with Jack Murray of the PBS Newbridge winning the outstanding speaker award.