St Joseph’s Foundation new bus to be Mitchelstown based

Better Life Cycle committee members handing over the keys to a new bus to the St Joseph’s Foundation in Mitchelstown. L-r: Service users, Liam Hammond, Adam McCarthy, TJomek Kaczmarczyk, Alan Tobin, Danielle Landers and Brian Roche, with some members of the committee, Martin Sheehan, Claire O'Connell, Milo O'Connell and Noreen Piggott. (Photo: Kay Caplice)

The keys to a new bus funded by Better Life Cycle were handed over to the St Joseph’s Foundation recently in Mitchelstown.

The foundation will open a new Rehabilitation Therapy Unit in Mitchelstown in the coming weeks and provide people with disabilities the opportunity to live the life of their choice to their fullest potential.

The foundation have been operating out of Kingston College for the past few months and supervisor Maria Creigh told The Avondhu that the new bus will make a huge difference to the users.

“We are so happy and very appreciative. What Better Life Cycle do is tremendous and …”

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