Category: Community

Dalkey Breakfast Club

Cuala parents and supporters will be interested to learn of a new enterprise that has begun in Dalkey. The Dalkey Breakfast Club is now operating in the Cuala clubhouse. Children can be dropped off at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast and a supervised walk to Loreto and Harold Boys.

Dermot Earley Youth Leadership programme launched

The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership programme has been launched by Cuala’s All-Ireland winning Captain Paul Schutte. Thirty participants from Cuala, Bray Emmets, Kilmacud Crokes, Naomh Olafs, St Judes and Good Counsel are taking part in the six month programme. In attendance at the launch were Dermot’s wife Mary and their daughter Ann-Marie Earley who addressed the participants.

CUALA TO ZAMBIA 2019

After months of fund raising which included Christmas tree collection, cake sales, coffee mornings and the obligatory bag packs, the TY Cuala to Zambia 2019 are on the count down and will fly out to Zambia on Friday the 28th…

Cuala and Amgen announce ground-breaking partnership

Cuala GAA today unveiled a three year sponsorship that includes the first ever player employment and education incentives with American biotechnology company, Amgen. The first ever GAA club sponsorship to include education and employment incentives has been launched today by…

An Evening for Amanda

The GAA is a unique organisation which brings a deep sense of community and pride to all those involved with it. It extends way beyond the shared joy of victory and pain of defeat on the playing field. One of…

Thank you for the music . . .and the money

A delighted Cuala SSIP Manager  Dayo  Byrne, offers his sincere thanks to everyone who helped out at this year’s Carol Singing event in  Cornelscourt. But a special word of thanks is due to everyone who gave so generously. A total of €1,245 has been raised for DROP and Simon.

Cuala’s Back Lane Christmas Appeal

DePaul is a homeless charity that provides support and shelter to 62 men in their hostel in Back Lane beside Christchurch. Cuala is appealing to its members and supporters to help make their Christmas a special one.