€1.5 million was raised from last month's Liam Miller Tribute Match and its associated event.
Michael O'Flynn, chairman of the organising committee, made the announcement at a press conference on Tuesday.
The money raised will be distributed as follows:
- €1m to the Miller family trust
- €250,000 to Marymount Hospice
- €100,000 to the Jack O’Driscoll Fund
- €35,000 each to Mercy Hospital Foundation and Oesophageal Cancer Fund
- €20,000 each to Enable Ireland, Cork Simon Community, Cork Penny Dinners and Down Syndrome Cork
Jack O'Driscoll is a young man from Cork who was left paralysed by an accident during Storm Emma. Marymount Hospice is the facility at which Liam Miller received end of life care.
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The Liam Miller Tribute Match between a Manchester United XI and a Celtic/Ireland XI took place at in front of a packed Páirc Úi Chaoimh last month.
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