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Tesco Castlebar has shared its third donation of €1,000 among three 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 Tesco Castlebar customers, the three charities and organisations to receive their share of the fund are The Irish Wheelchair Association – Castlebar, Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, and Mayo Volunteer Centre.
Tesco Ireland has announced that it has raised €2million for Aware through the fundraising efforts of Tesco’s employees and customers throughout the country and more than €81,000 was raised by Tesco stores in Mayo. The announcement marks the end of Tesco’s two-year Charity of the Year partnership with Aware which ran from 2012 to 2014, as selected by the company’s 15,000 employees.
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.
Tesco stores in County Mayo, supported by the Lions Club, collected more than 4,280 worth of meals as part of the Tesco Christmas Food Appeal, it has been revealed. The appeal was one of the biggest of its kind in Mayo this year, with all food collected being distributed locally. Tesco topped-up the local Mayo donations by 30 per cent.
If your name is Duffy or Doyle, your ancestors were Danish, if the name is Lynch or FitzGerald they were Norman, but the secret to your ancestry does not lie only in your surname.
The Green Party in Galway has elected a new committee to focus attention locally on issues such as democracy, the environment, food, natural resources, social justice, and transportation.