While the visit of some of the game’s greatest golfers is something to be celebrated, it’s important to remember why they have kept coming back to Limerick since 1990.

The primary purpose of the JP McManus Pro-Am is to raise money for charitable organisations, mostly located in the Mid-West region of Ireland. To date, over €140 million has been raised and this figure is set to rise by many millions more by the time the 2022 event is finished.

Here is a list of beneficiaries from the 2010 JP McManus Pro-Am:

Ak Ilen
The Alzheimer Society
Blue Box
Brothers of Charity
Cahercalla Community Hospital
CARI Foundation
Carrigoran House
Catherine McAuley School
Cuan Mhuire
Daughters of Charity
Down Syndrome Ireland
Embury Close Adare
Enable Ireland
Focus Ireland
Friends of St Ita’s Newcastlewest
Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association
Irish Red Cross
Irish Wheelchair Association
Mid-Western Hospital Development Trust
Milford Care Centre
MooreHaven Centre
MS Ireland
Order of Malta
Parkinsons Ireland
Pieta House
Rape Crisis Mid-West
Rathfredagh Cheshire Home
Rural Community Care Network
Sli Eile
Spina Bifida
St Gabriels School
St Joseph’s Foundation
St Vincent DePaul
Charleville Child & Family Services

On behalf of St. Gabriel’s, I wish to convey our sincere thanks to the JP McManus Pro Am for the outstanding generosity to the project. We have over 70 children attending the school, some with severe epilepsy, some receiving palliative care. They deserve five star quality. The site we have here is amazing.

Máire O’Leary
Chief Executive, St. Gabriel’s Centre 

“St. Joseph’s Foundation has been beneficiaries of the JP McManus Pro-Am since its inception in 1990. This involvement has seen the development of a Hydro-Therapy Pool, Liskennett Equine Centre/Sensory Gardens and Residential/Respite houses. On behalf of everybody in St. Joseph’s Foundation, I wish to convey our sincere thanks to the JP McManus Team for once again including the Foundation as a participant in the Pro-Am 2022. The support we have received from the Foundation has given us the confidence and ability to further support the provision of services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities/ASD.”

Noreen Ryan,
Chief Executive Officer. St Joseph’s Foundation, Charleville, Co. Cork

“It is difficult to quantify the impact of the JP McManus Charitable Foundation on Novas, such are the broad-ranging benefits of the donations to capital development in our organisation. While so many of our services throughout the Mid-West have received grant funding – McGarry House, our Intensive Family Support Service and long-term family homes in the community – it is Brother Russell House that has benefited the most. The JP McManus contribution was transformative on the service and the lives of the people who live there. It enabled us to secure matched funding from the Department of Environment in 2014, from which we were in a position to knock the existing building and create a purpose-built ‘home for live’ for the residents that live there.”

Novas Homeless Help

LEDP – Family Centre Early Years

Novas Pro-Am Pre-Qualifier

Novas Pro-Am Pre-Qualifier

St Gabriel's Children's Respite House

St Gabriel’s Children’s Respite House

St. Joseph’s Foundation, Cork

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