Donnelly Group Raises £12,250 For Air Ambulance NI at Annual Charity Golf Day

​A recent golf day hosted by Northern Ireland’s largest independently owned motor retailer at, Donnelly Group, has raised an impressive £12,250 for its Charity Partner of the Year, Air Ambulance NI. 

With over 100 golfers at Concra Wood Golf Course, ranging from staff, suppliers, customers and friends of the businesses, taking part on the day, the funds raised will assist with keeping the life-saving helicopter operational.

Roisin Donnelly, spokesperson for Donnelly Group, said:

“This year’s golf fundraiser was a huge success and will go a long way in helping our Charity Partner of the Year, which was chosen by staff across our nine locations, continue its tremendous efforts in providing a vital service for Northern Ireland.

“A big thank you must go to our attendees, sponsors, and everyone that donated for making this possible and raising such an incredible amount.

“As a team, we are passionate about having a positive impact on the community in which we operate, and we are thrilled we have once again been able to dedicate time to raising funds and awareness for such a worthwhile cause.”

Damien McAnespie, Area Fundraising Manager at Air Ambulance NI, said:

“We are incredibly grateful to Donnelly Group for its ongoing commitment to raising awareness and funds for the Air Ambulance.

“On average, every day in Northern Ireland two individuals find themselves in urgent need of Air Ambulance’s services.

“We are able to get anywhere in Northern Ireland in less than 30 minutes, but we rely on support from businesses such as Donnelly Group to make this possible.”

The golf day brings the total raised by Donnelly Group for Air Ambulance to £18,347.

To find out more about the services offered by Air Ambulance NI or how you can support the organisation’s fundraising efforts, please visit

Meet the Teams:

Antoinne Finn, Michael Conroy, Brian Conroy and Barry Finn from Armagh
Brendan McAleavey with his team from Crossmaglen
David Brennan, Dean Mohan, Micky Carville and Jason Carey representing Brennan's Furniture
David Creswell, Iain Creswell, David Cunningham and Jack Gault from Derry/Londonderry
John Creaney, David Steen, Linda Creaney and Alison Campbell from Castlerock
Colette Gilligan, Debra Wilson, Gail McNeice and Liz Hall from Belfast
Nigel Andrew, Darren Miller, Pete Cowan and Sean Finnegan representing Curries Bodyshop
Michael Macklin, Ken Edgar, Don McKee and Turlough Brady from Armagh
Gavin Higgins, Eddie O'Connor, Paul Curtis and Michael Nutt from Derry/Londonderry
Ian Hamilton, Philip McCammon, Stephen McCammon and Julian Costello representing G&H Autos
Peter Graham, Mark Hood, Rory Moynagh and Rodney McCaughey representing HNH
Pat King, Eamon Devlin, Greg Kennedy and Jimmy Connellan from Carrick-on-Shannon
Mary McVeigh, Maria Morgan, Siobhan Carney and Wendy Reid from Belfast
Nigel Graham, Trevor Crooks, Harry Dunlop and Richard Mackey from Cookstown
Seamus Mallon with his team representing Concra Wood Golf Club
Shane Dorrity, Niall Conlon, Declan Campbell and Patrick Grimes representing TBC Conversions
Marty Corr, Colm Quinn, Neil Quinn and Kevin Toner from Killylea
Peter Bogue, Andy Armstrong, Derek Wright and Harry Carson from Enniskillen
Mia McKeown, Christine Freeman, Tom Gibson and Jeff Smyth from Portadown
Peter Mulrone, Catherine Convey and Paul McMulkin from Enniskillen
Tony Magee, Niall Gribbon, Jon Nicholson and Mike Bell representing Donnelly Fleet