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For 2023 bookings, please get in touch. Please note bookings will not be open until the end of the year, an inquiry does not confirm your booking.

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The Property Race Day Ireland is a hugely enjoyable day for all those present, enabling the great and the good of the Irish property industry to meet and help to support our charitable causes along the way.

The chosen charities for 2023:


Barretstown offers free residential therapeutic programmes at their unique specially designed campus in Co. Kildare and through outreach programmes in hospitals and schools throughout Ireland, for children and their families living with a serious illness.

When a child is seriously ill, their life becomes about everything they can’t do anymore, and they can stop feeling like a regular child. Even when they physically start to get better, the psychological scars of their illness, or that of their siblings, can remain, eroding confidence, diminishing self-esteem and coping skills.

Barretstown empowers and encourages each child to step out of their comfort zone and re-build their confidence through their medically endorsed therapeutic prebuild. They start to discover the magic of being a child again.

In 2023 it will cost over €8 million to run their programmes and they receive just 2% funding from the government.

Since first opening their gates in 1994 Barretstown has brought the magic of their therapeutic programmes to over 85,000 children and family members.

Childhood stops for seriously ill children. At Barretstown they Press Play.

Registered charity number: 20027759

CHY number: 10715


Make-A-Wish Ireland has one simple aim – to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, to bring hope, strength and happiness.

Since 1992, Make-A-Wish has granted wishes for more than 2,900 brave children across Ireland. A wish granted is true magic for the child, providing respite from their normal routines of hospitals, doctors and treatment.

Make-A-Wish does not receive any government funding and relies overwhelmingly on the kindness of the Irish public to continue granting wishes.

As a well-respected and popular children’s charity, Make-A-Wish is fully committed to providing the maximum level of care and enjoyment for our children and their families. This is achieved through a combination of professionalism, attention to detail and sensitivity. Nothing is too much trouble for a wish child.

In all possible cases, Make-A-Wish ensures that all immediate family members can participate in the child’s wish. In doing so the family can create lasting, happy memories.

Registered charity number: 20052256

CHY number: 15267

Neurodiversity Ireland

Neurodiversity Ireland celebrates different brains and unique thinking.

Neurodiversity Ireland (NI) is a new community group founded by the parents of neurodivergent children. Their aim is to put Irish communities on the map that are neurodiversity-friendly, as leaders that welcome and include everyone. They believe the world is made up of two types of brains, neurotypical and neurodivergent, creating a neurodiverse environment.

By embracing our differences, the qualities and strengths that come from these, it can benefit the entire community when we are more neurodiverse.

Let’s be friends to everyone and let people be themselves! #Letmebeme #Letsbeafriendtoeveryone

Goal of fundraising – Neurodiversity Ireland Sensory Therapy Centre

They are fundraising to create the Neurodiversity Ireland Sensory Therapy Centre in Dublin. This centre would offer the following resources and services to support neurodivergent children in Sensory Processing Integration/Occupational Therapy /Speech and language therapy:

  • Sensory Processing therapy through movement and play;
  • Occupational therapy supporting parent empowerment helping families move treatment into natural settings, such as home and school.
  • Speech and Language therapy sessions to support communication growth and improvement

“Early Sensory therapy intervention can provide critical developmental opportunities which help establish foundations for successful participation in play, school and home life” according to Dr Katie Cremin, Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy, Trinity College Dublin.

CHY number: 20206465