"Without Mary's determination, so much of what we know about our collective past would still remain hidden."
Abuse victim Andrew Madden, author of 'Altar Boy: A Story of Life After Abuse'. Click here to read further tributes about Mary Raftery.
The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund was established by the friends and family of investigative journalist Mary Raftery, who died in January 2012. The aim of the fund is to promote more in-depth investigative coverage of issues close to Mary’s heart and on which she focused her groundbreaking investigative work. The fund offers an opportunity for journalists to carry out detailed investigations into these areas of society and to expose any injustices that might exist. For more information about the fund please visit http://maryrafteryfund.ie/about/.
The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund (MRJF) is delighted to announce a fundraising collaboration with artist Brian Maguire who has kindly agreed to donate the proceeds from the sale of his unique print ‘War Changes Its Address – Aleppo March 2017’ to the Fund.
The artist Brian Maguire has generously donated the proceeds of the sale of an exclusive lithograph print, War Changes Its Address – Aleppo March ’17, to the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund (MRJF), to support the work of the Fund.
Limited to an edition of 60 signed and numbered copies by the artist, this is the only print made from an extraordinary group of paintings resulting from a visit to Syria in 2017. Supporters of this partnership between Brian Maguire and the MRJF have the opportunity to acquire an exclusive print and a significant example of the artist’s work while making a valued contribution to the work of the Fund.
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