Brendan and Terry Ring didn’t plan to establish a national charity in memory of their daughter but they did want to support other families who were treading the same path of serious childhood illness.
Now their Limerick-based Cliona’s Foundation has been going for as long as the lifespan of the girl it’s named after – 15 years. “There was never really meant to be a charity or a foundation,” Brendan explains. “It was just that we wanted to help a few people back 15 years ago – and it hasn’t stopped.”
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