Children’s theater group benefits from Andrew McGinley’s As Darragh Did fund

A Letterkenny theater group for young people is the latest beneficiary of the As Darragh Did.

The Rainbow Theater Group caters for children aged 8-15 in Letterkenny.

As Darragh Did is delighted to fund workshops and materials to teach current and new volunteers the skills of set building and making props and costumes.

More information about Rainbow Theater Group can be found at

About As Darragh Did

Andrew McGinley, from Donegal Town, is the father of Conor, Darragh and Carla who all left this world together on January 24, 2020.

He is the founder of As Darragh Did and the creator of Conor’s Clips and Snowman for Carla.

Conor had asked for help creating a YouTube channel and you’ll find Conor’s clips there backed by a presence on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Carla wanted a snowman but since it doesn’t snow every year in Ireland, Andrew set up a coloring contest in her name with Snowman for Carla.

Darragh had asked Andrew to get involved with the Rathcoole Boys as coach of the under-10 team he played for. Andrew promised he would and is currently coaching there. Upon reflection, Andrew thought about how Darragh was involved in so much locally. Darragh at one time or another has been involved with Rathcoole Boys, St Marys GAA in Saggart, Commercials Hurling, The Scouts, Rathcoole Athletics Club, The Drama Club and many more. Darragh got involved and in memory of that Andrew would like to encourage more people to get involved locally… Darragh did.

For more information on As Darragh Did’s grantee projects, including how to get involved, go to

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