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Tesco stores across Mayo have this week donated €1,000 each to their nominated local good causes as part of the Tesco Community Fund initiative, which will see €1 million donated annually to good causes across Ireland. Voted for by customers, 18 good causes across Mayo received their share of their local Tesco stores’ €1,000 community fund.
Tesco Ireland has announced the launch of an exciting initiative, Tesco Community Fund, which will see €1million donated annually to local good causes throughout Ireland. TV presenter, Kathryn Thomas, met with the store managers from Mayo recently, to support the launch of the initiative and is calling on all local good causes in Mayo to get involved. Every six weeks, each Tesco store in Mayo will donate up to €1,000 (€500 in smaller stores) between three local good causes in its local community. Customers will decide how the funding is shared by voting for their preferred cause in store. From this week on, every time customers shop in any Tesco store in Mayo, they will receive a token of goodwill to place in the donation box of the local good cause they would most like to support. Every six weeks, the number of tokens is counted and up to €1,000 is distributed proportionally between three local good causes. The more tokens a local good cause gets the larger share of the donation they will receive.
Two bio-energy therapists, with more than 20 years’ experience, are holding two clinics, in Ballina Community Centre and the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Monday (March 3).
Krav maga was developed and refined during World War II and Israel’s War of Independence by Imi Lichtenfeld. Krav maga is Hebrew for “contact combat”. It is based on utility, instinct, simplicity, and adaptability. It emerged from an environment where violence, mostly political, was unfortunately commonplace.
Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress is caused by constant emotional pressure. It produces hormones that weaken the immune system and damage bones. The stress response begins in the brain and then the body unleashes a flood of hormones to prepare for the flight. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epiniphrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. The adrenal glands also release extra cortisol and other glucocorticoids, which help the body convert sugars into energy. Nerve cells release norepinephrine, which tenses the muscles and sharpens the senses to prepare for action. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.
Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has welcomed the allocation by Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan of €88,000 funding for Ballina under the RAPID programme. “This is a cause I have been relentlessly pursuing since my election to Dáil Éireann last year,” Dep Mulherin said yesterday. “I am delighted that Ballina is finally getting some funding for projects under the RAPID programme. This money will be used for vital local initiatives and the process will now be undertaken in conjunction with Pobail to decide which projects will be given priority for funding.”
Plexus Health-Care has achieved exceptional results in the treatment of a wide range of conditions often in cases that have proved difficult to treat by conventional means alone. The aim of the therapist is to locate the energy blockages and imbalances and then proceed to release these energy blockages through a series of unique hand movements and which in turn enables the life energy to flow through the body. This energy through its own intelligence vibrates through to the very core of our being and unlocks the healing ability lying dormant within every cell of the body.
Bio-energy is a powerful healing science that is natural and highly effective treating all conditions, the most common being digestive disorders, arthritis, back pain, lack of energy, headaches, stress/anxiety, etc.
€160,000 has been raised for local groups by C&C Cellular, with management from Mid West Radio, in a recycling mobile phones campaign for defibrillators along with a recent Charity Ball held in Breaffy House Hotel last weekend.
Since January 2009 the Fibs for Phones campaign promoted by C&C Cellular and Midwest Radio has raised more than €163,000.