Top Graphics designer Ryan O’Reilly ( Belfast-Maghera) the main sponsor of the Belgian Project and his web & logo designer, not only support youth development but also has a big heart when it comes to charity..this year he entered the ” Mizen-Malin endurance race across Ireland “with his brother Paul whom is a relative newcomer to cycling, in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care and in memory of their grandmother who passed away last year. They have already reached their target of £4000 and still open to donation of their fundraising effort. So proud to behold such sponsors who doing well in their professional life, and give something back to the community and their beloved sport and charity. Please give a donation if you can towards this valuable charity who work effortlessly after people living with terminal illness. the story explained by the brothers…We’re two brothers, Ryan and Paul, and we’re cycling the length of Ireland, from Mizen Head in Cork (the most southerly point in Ireland) to Malin Head in Donegal (the most northerly point), in memory of our Granny, Letty O’Reilly. Over 400 miles in 4 days from 12–15 July 2018 in aid of Marie Curie and to help provide care and support to those living with terminal illness.

Ryan says : In August of last year we lost our Granny to cancer. Marie Curie Nurses provided invaluable support to the family in our Grandmother’s final weeks, so we want to return this kindness by helping other families when they need it most.
We’re organising the effort independently and with Paul taking up cycling just for the event it will be a tough challenge. However we’re really looking forward to raising lots of funds in our Granny’s memory and with your help we can achieve it! We welcome and are very grateful for your support, no matter what the amount, here is what your donation could do:
– £10 could help support line staff answer one extra call and give emotional and practical support to someone in need.
– £20 enables a Marie Curie Nurse to look after someone with a terminal illness for one hour, in the comfort of their own home.
– £70 lets someone with a terminal illness attend day therapy at a Marie Curie Hospice, benefitting from gentle exercise, an art class and more.
– every £160 raised enables a Marie Curie Nurse to be there for a family living with terminal illness through the night. To provide respite, to help control pain, give comfort and be there to listen.
If you’re a UK taxpayer, remember to elect Gift Aid to give 25% more at no extra cost to you!
Thanks so much for your support and generosity, we really appreciate it. Please share this page to help spread the word.
Ryan & Paul.