Please help brave Noah!

The community of Croom and surrounding areas have responded with open-hearted generosity to a GoFundMe appeal for 7-year-old Noah Twomey who was diagnosed with leukaemia. In the blink of an eye, Robert and Linda Twomey and their three beautiful boys had their world turned upside down after just one phone call a couple of weeks before Christmas. The Twomey family world is now a harsh reality of hospital visits, and instead of his next training session or match for his beloved Croom GAA or Croom FC, Noah is now on a journey of painful treatments of chemotherapy, blood transfusions, lumbar punctures and bone marrow aspirations. Robert and Linda have been informed it will take two to three years for Noah to be fully recovered from T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia.
Any donations to the GoFundMe appeal (‘Help Noah Twomey aged 7 Fight Leukaemia’) will help cover regular travel visits to hospital, which is currently four days a week, overnight stays and travel costs. The Twomey’s and O’Connell’s feel powerless and are hoping to raise significant funds for this resilient family, as the reality is that Robert and Linda are both self-employed and their household income has been reduced so that they can be with Noah and care for him in Dublin. Every cent raised will mean one less worry for the family so they can focus solely on Noah and continue family life as best they can for his brothers Ryan (12) and Ruairí (10).
If you’re able to, and would like to donate, any amount would be appreciated, but if you’re not in a position to donate, just sharing Noah’s story and saying a little prayer for the brave warrior will make a huge difference.