Fleming Medical support Tour de Munster and Down syndrome
The Tour de Munster is now in its 22nd year. From 4th August, over 100 cyclists will pedal over 600km for 4 days around the 6 counties of Munster. The Tour de Munster has been raising funds for the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland for the last 12 years. To date almost €4 million has been raised for charities as well as raise awareness of the vital work that they do. Each year companies very kindly sponsor the jerseys for the event. Fleming Medical is one such company that is supporting people with Down syndrome in Limerick.
Fleming Medical is a family-owned international business based in Limerick that partners with healthcare and pharmacy professionals to supply high-quality medical devices, healthcare consumables and pharmacy exclusive first aid, diagnostic and sports therapy products under their Medicare, Medicare LifeSense and Physiologix brands.
Kate Fleming of Fleming Medical says,
“Helping local communities and worthy causes is an important part of what we do at Fleming Medical. Over the years, we have shared our expertise and services to try support clubs, communities and non-profit organisations throughout Ireland in their endeavours. Fleming Medical is very proud to support DSL and be a part of the Tour de Munster event again this year. The incredible work and services that DSL provide families and individuals with Down syndrome are vital and an essential part of our community”.
Ellen Tuffy, Chairperson of Down Syndrome Limerick says,
“Fleming Medical have supported Down Syndrome Limerick for many years and we are delighted to have them involved in the Tour de Munster again this year. The support that we receive from local businesses helps us in our endeavours to support people with Down syndrome throughout their lifetime with therapies, supports and social groups. We are so grateful for Fleming Medical’s support of our community”.
For more information on Fleming Medical go to: www.flemingmedical.ie