ROI Irish Motor Sport Benevolent Fund

The Irish Motorsport Benevolent Fund was set up in 1997.

The sole object of the fund is to provide relief from hardship for Motorsport Ireland Competition Licence Holders and their families where the hardship has arisen as a result of an injury suffered by the licence holder while competing in motorsport events held under the rules of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), Motorsport or other national sporting association (ASN).

The Fund’s help is limited to financial assistance.

The Fund is not able to offer counselling or advice.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

Motorsport Ireland Competition Licence Holders and their families where the hardship has arisen as a result of an injury suffered by the licence holder while competing in motorsport events held under the rules of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), Motorsport or other national sporting association (ASN).

Please note: The Fund’s help is limited to financial assistance. The Fund is not able to offer counselling or advice.

How to apply?

Contact one of the Trustees listed on the Irish Motor Sport Benevolent Fund website.

Contact details

Margaret O'Mahony, Secretary, Irish Motor Sport Benevolent Fund
‘Winnipeg’, Ballea Rd.,
Carrigaline,
County Cork, Republic of Ireland
Telephone: 00353 87 6778487
Web: http://irishmotorsportbenevolentfund.blogspot.co.uk/

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