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Bernard Brogan calls for budget to provide tax relief for sports donations

Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan wants the government to consider a budget proposal that would give 31 per cent tax relief for people who donate money to sports clubs and organisations

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
11th October, 2015

Dublin footballer and All-Ireland winner Bernard Brogan wants the government to consider a budget proposal that would give 31 per cent tax relief for people who donate money to sports clubs and organisations.

Brogan is president of the Federation of Irish Sport, which represents 76 national governing bodies and 27 local sports partnerships around the country.

Last week it announced its Manifesto for Irish Sport, which included the development of a national sport strategy; the restoration of sport...

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