It’s after the 14-year-old’s body was discovered on Saturday morning by a specialist search team in a storm drain in North Belfast.
It followed a week of police appeals and painstaking searches, at one point involving hundreds of members of the public.
Requiem Mass for Noah will take place on July 1 at 11 am in St Patrick’s Church on Donegall Street in Belfast and will be strictly private due to coronavirus restrictions.
His family have asked for donations in lieu of flowers to Northern Ireland Action for Children, care of O’Kanes Funeral Directors.
In his death notice, Noah’s family said “love has no boundaries” and said their son’s love reached “the selfless hearts of North Belfast and beyond as they showed overwhelming compassion and empathy in bringing Noah home”.
“Noah’s beautiful pure young soul fills the hearts of his Mother Fiona, his aunts Niamh and Shona and their beautiful children and his uncle Gearoid.
“He comforts his grandparents Margot, Gerry and Linda and his beautiful strong friends. He will be safe in the hugs of his aunt Siobhan in heaven.”
They also said Noah was “blessed” to be a Year 10 pupil at St Malachy’s College.
A viil was held at ‘The Tinnies’ sculptures on Sunday in Strabane, Fiona Donohoe’s home town.
The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Brian Tierney, has opened an online book of condolence for Noah.
Expressing his sadness at the heart-breaking news that the body of the 14-year-old Belfast schoolboy was found by PSNI on Saturday following a six-day search for the missing teenager, Mayor Tierney said felt it was important the public had an opportunity to show support for the Donohoe family.
He said: “I was totally devastated when I heard Noah’s body had been found.
“I think all of us were really hopeful that he would be found and return home safe to his family.
“For a young boy to go out on his bike on a Sunday afternoon and never come home is just heartbreaking.
“As a parent I don’t even want to contemplate the pain and loss the Donohoe family are feeling and my heart goes out to his Mammy and his extended family circle as they try to come to terms with their incredible loss.
“As Mayor, I want to extend sincere condolences on behalf of the people of Derry and Strabane and reassure the family that our thoughts and prayers are with them at this very difficult time. It is truly heartbreaking.”The Mayor added that all support should now be focused on helping the Donohoe family in whatever way the community can at this imaginably difficult time.
“By signing the online Book of Condolence you can provide some words of comfort and support to Noah’s family,” he added
The book is available for signing from today via the following link – https://www.derrystrabane.com/Book-of-Condolences-for-Noah-Donohue