Tom says Jump for James's
On June 2nd 2019 to mark the 3rd anniversary of his near-fatal brain injury, Red Cow Moran Hotel CEO, Tom Moran will abseil the 9 storey extension at the Red Cow Moran Hotel.
Tom’s goal is to help the hospital that helped him. His aim is to raise €200k to build a dedicated Brain Disease Resource & Research Centre at St. James’s Hospital.
Will you face the Challenge of a lifetime ‘head on’ and jump with him?
Three years ago, a stroke caused Tom to sustain a fall whilst on holiday in Spain causing a significant injury to his head. He underwent a craniotomy and spent 6 weeks in an induced coma in Carlos Haya Regional Hospital in Malaga before being air-lifted back to St James Hospital under the care of neurologist Dr Colin Doherty.
The outlook in Spain from the outset was very bleak and Tom was not expected to survive. Back in Dublin, the prognosis was no more positive. The family were told that IF he survived, that there was every possibility he would require care for the rest of his life. The damage caused to his head was likely to result in him being brain damaged, blind and paralysed….
Three years on and Tom Moran has been described as a ‘Miracle Man’. He has defied all odds and has made an incredible recovery. While, a lot of Tom’s recovery is attributed to his sheer determination and strength of character, he couldn’t have done it without the initial care of Dr Doherty and his neurology team at St James’s Hospital.
Tom is determined to give back to the hospital that got him back on his feet and to help others with brain related conditions. St James’s Hospital treat a large number of patients with a range of brain diseases, including; Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Motor Neurone and other complex brain diseases.
You can sign up as a group (corporate, club or friends) or as an individual byclicking on this link to register – but hurry, places are strictly limited. Only 200 lucky thrill-seekers will get to scale this iconic building, tick off their bucket list and help raise the €200k target for this new facility.
To secure your place on the abseil and cover the costs for same the registration fee is €70. Participants must also raise a minimum of €300 in fundraising to take part and help Tom reach his goal of €200k.
Thanking you all in advance for your support