SPOH Charitable Trust
The SPOH Charitable Trust was formed in early Novemebr 2008 by the family and friends of Shaun Paul O'Hagan who was tragically killed in a road traffic accident (RTA)on 1st January 2007. The aim of the trust is to raise money for the survivors of RTA's and their families who may need medical care / equipment or financial support.
Thanks to everyone for their support over the past few years, we have now been able to provide another Mobile Communicator for RTA survivor Martin Mc Kenna.
For more details and pictures please see the News
Due to the signifiacnt fund raing efforts over the past few years, the charity has money available to provide support or equipment for RTA survivors. If you are in need please contact us
and let us know your situation
General News: Funds raised for Young Girl
26 October 2015
The charity had been raising funds for individuals who had been involved in RTA's. We found out that a young girl from Carrickfergus had been seriously injured in a RTA we wanted to help. Therefore
General News: Presentation to Brain Injury Matters Belfast
26 October 2015
Sinead and Danielle, memebers of the charity, presented a cheque to Dr Katy Pedlow; A neurological physiotherapist at Brain Injury Matters in Castlereagh Belfast.
This was presented on b
General News: The Charity Big Breakfast
28 June 2015
The Charity big breakfast was held on the 28th of June in the Glenravel Sports community Centre. Proceeds were evenly divided between Con Magees GAA club and the SPOH Charitable trust.
General News: Martin Mc Kenna receives communicator
02 June 2011
Ahoghill man Martin McKenna is the latest recipient of a Mobi Communicator donated to him by the SPOH Charitable Trust ... more
General News: Gala Fundraising Dinner
08 October 2010
Gala Fundraising Dinner
The trust are planning to hold a Gala Fundraising Dinner / Ball on Friday 8th of October 2010 in Tullyglass Hotel Ballymena.
Tables are now available