Taoiseach Enda Kenny launches MAN UP in Mayo

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An Taoiseach Endy Kenny at the launch

An Taoiseach Endy Kenny at the launch

In Mayo, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D., was one of the first people in the county to sign up to MAN UP when he launched the campaign for the Mayo Women’s Support Services.  He wore his MAN UP cycling top, presented to him at the launch, when he took part in the Ring of Kerry cycle in June 2013.

In Offaly, President Barack Obama’s cousin Henry Healy was one of the many local celebrities to walk for MAN UP.

Ringing Endorsement

An Taoiseach wears his MAN UP cycling jacket, presented to him by SAFE Ireland, as he takes on the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle.

Walk in her shoes

Henry Healy, cousin of Barack Obama, was one of the men who supported the MAN UP Walk in Her Shoes event held by Offaly Domestic Violence Support Services.


Spinning to make a difference

Volunteers took on a gruelling 24 hour spinathon to raise money for Mayo Women’s Support Services MAN UP Campaign.