A fundraiser to help well-known Donegal radio and television presenter Rónán Mac Aodha Bhuí get vital cancer treatment abroad has surpassed €100,000 in just three days.
The West Donegal man has been a much-loved presenter with RTE for many years but four years ago was diagnosed with cancer.
He is known particularly for his popular magazine programme Rónán Beo on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
Now his friends have revealed that Rónán is suffering from Stage 4 colon cancer and needs treatment abroad.
Just three days ago friends began a Go Fund Me Page to help Rónán get vital treatment abroad.
He has had two major surgeries and around 40 bouts of chemo in the last few years, but is now at a stage where a cure or surgery is not an option, in Ireland.
He is currently receiving treatment at a clinic in Spain, and is organising other suitable treatments at clinics abroad. The cost of these treatments are hugely expensive.
The Go Fund Me Page is looking to raise €120,000 for the treatment and amazingly has already gathered more than €106,000.
Let’s all give it a final push and spare what you can, if you can, and donate.
If you would like to donate to the fund please click on https://www.gofundme.com/f/ciste-tacaiochta-ronain?qid=afd746135d3f5cf443f1df30014e4785