Enable Ireland, a charity that provides vital therapies and rehabilitation services to children and adults with disabilities, will benefit from the proceeds of Savills annual fundraiser, ‘Cork’s Got Talent’.
Catherine McAuliffe, a Director at Savills Ireland, presented Enable Ireland with a cheque for €40,000 today at their new facility in Curaheen.
The fourth instalment of Cork’s Got Talent took place in March at the Clayton Hotel, where 10 acts showcased their talents to a panel of high-profile judges, comprising singers Gemma Sugrue, Karen Underwood, Jack O’Rourke, and Young Offenders actress, Hilary Rose. KC from Cork’s 96FM once again played the part of MC on the night – for the third consecutive year.
On the night, the overall winner – and recipient of a €1,000 cash prize – was 17-yearold singer, Gemma Geary, a transition year student from Mitchelstown who was sponsored by Murnane & O’Shea.
Catherine McAuliffe, Director, Savills Ireland comments:
“After another successful Cork’s Got Talent, Savills is delighted to present the very worthy, Enable Ireland, with a cheque for €40,000. The services they provide are essential for improving the quality of life of thousands of children, adults – and their families – throughout Ireland.”