Porsche Centre Dublin were delighted to be able to support James and Belinda as they headed off on their RNLI Lifeboat Challenge. Following the sucess of three prior trips around the UK Fundraising, this year they came to Ireland to drive their Porsche 911 all over the country, in order to visit all 75 RNLI Lifeboat Stations in 20 days. They did this to raise much needed funds for a new “D Class” Lifeboat for the UK and Ireland.
Belinda & James, are a young (at heart) retired couple from London, not connected to the RNLI they were humbled by this unique organisation's 6,500 volunteers; boat crews, land crews, lifeguards and fundraisers and wanted to put their 'new found freedom' to good use by supporting the great work done by the Lifeboat services. They travelled to Ireland at the end of August in order to start the Irish leg of their fundraising journey and visited Porsche Centre Dublin before heading off around the country. Staring in Howth RNLI Lifeboat Station and ending in Dun Laoghaire RNLI Lifeboat Station 20 days after they initially set out, having raised over £47,000 towards their D Class Lifeboat goal.
You can find out more here about their fantastic achievements to date here and make a donation online to support this fantastic cause or call the Porsche Centre Dublin Team on 01 235 3375 and find out how you can support the RNLI Lifeboat Challange in future.
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