Public votes can help The O’Neill Centre win €3,000

Kilkenny’s Enable Ireland service provider The O’Neill Centre is in with a chance to win €3,000 in an online competition, and public votes can help it secure the prize.

Kilkenny’s Enable Ireland service provider The O’Neill Centre is in with a chance to win €3,000 in an online competition, and public votes can help it secure the prize.

A two-minute video created by Alan Slattery of Mycrofilms Kilkenny about The O’Neill Centre is in the running in a competition called the ‘Better Together’ Awards in which the winning video will receive €3,000.

Members of the public can vote once a day every day between now and November 5 for the video at http://www.bettertogether.ie/content/enable-ireland-oneill-centre-kilkenny – and voting is free

The O’Neill Centre provides therapy and day services to children with disabilities from the Kilkenny city and county area. There are currently 113 children attending the service. The centre is funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE) but each year there is a shortfall of €170,000 that must be made up through fund-raising. The centre’s fund-raising campaigns are all run on a voluntary basis by parents, staff and friends of the centre, which means that they do not incur high administration/event costs.