Ceiliúradh Cois Life – Annual dinner for pro-life education

Ceiliúradh Cois Life – Annual dinner for pro-life education


We are delighted to announce the date and special guest speaker for the 2019 annual Ceiliúradh Cois Life dinner for pro-life education.

The event will take place in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4 on Saturday, 22nd June 2019 at 7pm.

Our special guest speaker this year will be Elma Walsh, founder of the Donal Walsh #LiveLife Foundation.

Based in Kerry, the #LiveLife foundation grew after the death of Elma and Finbarr Walsh’s son Donal, who passed away after a long and brave battle with cancer in 2013.  Through his appearance on The Saturday Night Show, his fundraising and his writing – in particular on the topics of teenage suicide and the value of life –  Donal Walsh made a deep impact on his peers, local community and nationally.
The Walsh family set up #LiveLife primarily to promote Donal’s anti-suicide message, but it also assists in providing age-appropriate teenage facilities in hospitals and hospice care centres.  Elma carries on Donal’s legacy and speaks publicly about his message of life, faith and hope regularly at educational and faith events around Ireland.

As well as being an opportunity to introduce people to the pro-life cause, it’s also a great occasion to catch up with friends and fellow volunteers who you’ve been canvassing with in the lead up to the Local and European Elections, along with those who you collaborated with during the referendum campaign.

Please help us make this the biggest Ceiliúradh Cois Life ever by booking a table of ten (at a cost of €1,000). To do so, please email info@prolifecampaign.ie or telephone (01) 662 9275

We are very grateful for sponsorship for the event this year from Sallux, an assocation that acts as a political foundation for the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM)*

We look forward to seeing you there!


Dr. Ruth Cullen,

Pro Life Campaign


Former Taoiseach John Bruton addressing the 2018 Ceiliúradh Cois Life




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