Rita Shah, Co-Founder Member, Shabra Charity Foundation
The late Oliver Brady, was ‘One of a Kind’ who touched the lives and hearts of so many and he will never be forgotten. Oliver is missed beyond what words can express but loyalty, being true to his word and overall ethos, will always live on in The Shabra Charity we built together.
Shabra Charity Foundation was set up by Oliver and myself a few years ago and together with a very strong committee we have donated over €600,000 building schools in Kenya and Nigeria and donating various hospital equipment for Eyes, Heart, Cancer and Research in Ireland.
Why Shabra Charity is so special?? Oliver and myself as co-founders of the charity have believed in full transparency – Shabra charity Foundation is a fully registered charity in Ireland and do not have any paid staff whatsoever, and all our charity work is carried out by volunteers who with true generosity work tirelessly giving their valuable time at no cost to raise monies for worthy causes.
During his short treatment at the Mater Private, he promised the Mater (Public) Hospital through Shabra Charity, to fundraise and supply much needed Specialist Genomic DNA Gene Sequencing Equipment, which could help the people in Ireland who are dying due to lack of DNA Gene facilities. The cost of this equipment is approx. €770,000.
I am determined to help Oliver to keep his last promise to the Mater Hospital by redoubling The Shabra Charity fundraising efforts in order to provide this much needed equipment to the Mater (Public) Hospital as soon as possible, in his honour and memory.
Shabra Charity Foundation is a fully registered charity in Ireland (no. CHY 19130)
Reg. Office: Killycard Industrial Estate, Bree, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan