Final training and preparations for the Regeneron Great Limerick Run on 5 May are ongoing at Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors this week. With almost 50 staff members running and walking for the charity Headway, Holmes O’Malley Sexton hopes to raise over €2,500 for the brain injury charity, which has national headquarters in Limerick.
Working together as a team is integral to us at Holmes O’Malley Sexton, and the Regeneron Great Limerick Run is also particularly important to us every year as a national, yet Limerick based event. This year, we wanted to support Headway Ireland for the incredible work they do, and many of us in the office have seen the remarkable work that they do to support people affected by stroke or brain injury.
While there are quite a few runners, there are also a large number of the Holmes O’Malley Sexton team that will be walking the Regeneron Great Limerick Run, and the firm believes this reflects the inclusivity agenda at work in their office and the Regeneron Great Limerick Run.