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Business Impact Celebration reveals Mayo businesses contributed more than €450,000 to local charities and community groups in 2013
In Mayo in 2013, businesses donated a total of €458,011 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. More than 1,295 hours were volunteered by local employees and over 134 community partnerships were supported. This information is being captured by Business in the Community Ireland, on an online interactive map entitled the Business Impact Map which gives a county by county breakdown of how companies such as A&L Goodbody, ESB, Intel Ireland, Diageo Ireland and their employees supported their local community groups and charities during 2013.
This weekend sees the first ever Buy My Dress event take place in Athlone. Buy My Dress, in aid of the Down Syndrome Centre, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel this Sunday May 25 from 11am-5pm.
Buy My Dress, the largest one day charity dress sale in Ireland, will be held on May 25 in The Clayton Hotel in aid of The Down Syndrome Centre.
Singer Ryan Sheridan has appealed to secondary school students in Mayo to support the 2013 Kellogg’s Fun Raise 4 Kids Campaign, to raise much needed funds for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. The musician is challenging Mayo students to come up with the most creative ideas and events, to raise much needed funds for the hospital. Students are invited to register their event by emailing [email protected] One lucky school will be in with a chance to win a performance from Ryan Sheridan. To support Kellogg’s Fun Raise 4 Kids donate now by texting Crumlin to 57500. Texts cost €2.50 plus standard network rate SMS.
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camp will be coming to Belmullet GAA grounds on Monday July 23.
The Down Syndrome Centre is urging women to donate dresses to one of Ireland’s most fashion-forward fundraisers, Buy My Dress, supported by Kellogg’s Special K. The Down Syndrome Centre hopes to raise €120,000 this year through the fundraiser, which will take place at various locations around the country on Saturday. The Galway Buy My Dress event will take place in the Hotel Meyrick on Saturday from 11am to 5pm.
TV presenters Anna Daly and Lisa Cannon helped launch one of Ireland’s most fashion-forward fundraisers, Down Syndrome Centre’s Buy My Dress campaign, supported by Kellogg’s Special K. The Down Syndrome Centre hopes to raise €120,000 this year through the fundraiser, which will take place at various locations around the country on Saturday May 26. The Mayo Buy My Dress sale, which is organised by Jenny Brennan, Virtual Office Worx, will take place in the Velvet Lounge of The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, from 11am to 5pm.
The Down Syndrome Centre’s fashion-forward campaign, Buy My Dress takes place in a one day pop-up shop at the g Hotel on Saturday May 28 from 10am to 6pm. Buy My Dress is supported by Kellogg’s Special K and invites women to dig out the many unwanted dresses hanging in wardrobes nationwide and donate them to this exciting fundraiser in aid of Down Syndrome Centre.
Buy My Dress, Ireland’s largest one day charity dress sale, is coming to Castlebar for the first time on Saturday May 28. Supported by Kellogg’s Special K, this fashion forward campaign has Irish women all over the country throwing open their closets and donating dresses to Down Syndrome Centre. This local event, which is one of eight happening around the country, will be held in TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, Old Westport Road from 10am to 6pm.