Kick a Point for Seamie

Seamie Brady, a lifelong GAA member from St Mary’s from Co Meath had a serious accident in September 2016 when volunteering to carry out works on the old St Mary’s GFC clubhouse. Seamie suffered significant lifelong injuries as a result of this accident and has been unable to work since. This has left Seamie and his family in a dire financial situation. St Mary’s CLG wants to raise funds to bring financial stability to the Brady family and we are calling on the GAA community to support our gofundme #KickapointforSeamie.

On Saturday November 12th, St Mary’s GFC (Meath) members are proposing to Kick a Point in all 32 GAA County Grounds, take a short video, and share it with each County PRO who in turn will post out on their social media platforms with the hopes of raising extremely needed funds for Seamie and his family through a GoFundMe.

https://gofund.me/32058281

This fundraiser is fully backed by the GAA and personally endorsed by the GAA’s Director General  Tom Ryan.

St Mary’s GFC members will join us at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday November 12th for the Munster Club Senior Football Championship Nemo Rangers v Clonmel Commercials and they will kick a point at half time of the game.