Clonmel students raise funds for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

It is estimated that over 13,000 people suffer an acquired brain injury each year in Ireland.

It is estimated that over 13,000 people suffer an acquired brain injury each year in Ireland.

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland works in partnership with the Health Service Executive (HSE) to provide a range of flexible and tailor made services for people with acquired brain injury (ABI) in direct response to local identified need.

The Organisation places critical emphasis on client centeredness, quality, effectiveness and value for money. In addition rehabilitation and clinical support are key aspects of the each of our services.

On Thursday October 11, a group of students from LIT Clonmel along with LIT Students Union ran a fundraising table quiz for ABI Ireland. They raised a total of €110 for the organisation. ABI Ireland would like to recognise the good will and support of LIT and these students.

Gareth Saunders, Vice President of Litsu said - “We work with many charity organisations throughout the year and we were more than happy to raise this sum of money for Acquired Brain Injury“.