KILLLEEDY GAA CLUB NOTES
Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project:
Help Killeedy GAA & Camogie Club to receive a brand new, state-of-the-art AED
The GAA are participating in the Community Heart Program to assist in raising the funds required to enable the placement and upgrade of existing AED’s, or automated external defibrillators, in every Club.
What is an AED?
An AED is used to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. It is a sophisticated, portable, easy to use medical device that can analyse the heart’s rhythm and, if necessary, deliver an electronic shock, or defibrillation, to help the heart re-establish an effective heart rhythm. Please use link to donate.
Killeedy – Limerick | Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (communityheartprogram.com)
#KeepWellKeepWalking – 6 week Walking Initiative with Get Ireland Walking, Sport Ireland, Healthy Ireland and sporting organisation such as GAA has been launched. Killeedy GAA & Camogie Healthy Club Project has signed up. Starting today Wednesday 11th May for 6 weeks from 8-9pm each week.
Download the app https://getirelandwalking.ie/app
Click on Ireland Lights Up. Select Limerick. Select Killeedy GAA and Camogie Healthy Club Project. Book your slot and number of people. Starts Wednesday 12th at 8-9pm for 6 weeks.
Small Grants open this week
Just a reminder for all clubs in the 26 Counties that the Keep Walking/Keep Well small grants application process will open next week. Only clubs that are appearing on the Get Ireland Walking App will be eligible to apply for the small grant. If your club is not on the app you will not be sent the application form. All you have to do is ensure your club appears on the app, to do this all you will need to amend your original Ireland Lights Up registration here : https://www.getirelandwalking.ie/groups/logon/. This is a brilliant opportunity so don’t miss out, note it will take approx. 48 hours for your club to appear on the app when you’ve made the amendments. If you are having difficulties please email@example.com
Diversity and inclusion Club Webinar 7- 8.30pm,
Responding to Racism educational Workshop. The agenda will focus on 2 areas:
1. The educational content combines with governance procedures to guide GAA clubs on matters of best practise in preventative, proactive and responding to racism and discrimination.
2. This workshop supports the GAA’s long-standing Give Respect, Get Respect program.
Option for training dates are:
1. Tuesday evening 25th of May 7-8.30pm
2. Tuesday evening 22nd of June 7-8.30pm
3. Tuesday evening 20th July 7-8.30pm
Registration form: GAA Responding to Racism Educational Workshop:
Community & Health Podcasts
Our very own Community & Health manager Colin Regan recently spoke on the In Difference podcast with Mark Roe about creating healthy communities the Healthy Clubs Project. To listen back and see what he had to say you can click on the following links;
Young People Affected by Substance Misuse Webinar
Please find a link to view Webinar titled ‘Young People Affected by Substance Misuse’ held on 28th April. Please feel free to share this link with relevant colleagues: https://youtu.be/DaIHxovehuM
Safefood START Campaign
Please find a link to the campaign press release, which has been covered widely in both national and local media- safefood | Time to give treats a break. To help with the awareness phase, we have created a range of social assets that you will be able to download and share on your channels: https://we.tl/t-SbMrV8VBVk
To help parents we have 10 tips for cutting back on treats and ideas for healthy snack alternatives: Tackling treat foods | safefood. We have specific resources to support community programmes to help parents give treats a break. Resources included expert videos from child psychologists and public health professionals and a range of print resources. https://www.safefood.net/campaigns/start-partner-pack. You can also join or follow the conversation on social media using the hashtag https://www.gaa.ie/…/image/upload/iffeoynpytq94ysf6q5v.pdf #onedailywin