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As 2018 comes to a close, we think of the local charities and community organisations that we were pleased to support during the year.

Across the company our people have been fundraising and providing pro-bono activities for many local charities and groups that help the less fortunate in our communities. 

Here are just some of those organisations:

Baking treats for the Children

Shanghai Healing Home is a non-profit foster home providing pre and post-surgical care to orphaned children with surgically correctable conditions. (Pictured: Baking treats for Healing Home)

Food from the Heart reaches out to the less fortunate through a food distribution programme and through the distribution of toys and birthday celebrations.

Volunteering at Cheeverstown House

Cheeverstown House enables people with an intellectual disability to have full and meaningful lives through person centered services in partnership with their families. (Pictured: Working to transform the garden at Cheeverstown House)

Verto is a local sports organisation that organises holiday camps for children and teens with learning and physical disabilities.


Sobieradzik Children's Home in Wojcieszów provides a loving home for 33 children ranging in age from 0 to 18 years. (Pictured: Christmas gifts for the children)

Czech Republic and Slovakia:
Dagmar Children's Home in Brno provides care, education and a healthy upbringing for children and youths aged 3 to 19.

Volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank in Santa Clara

Santa Clara: 
As one of the largest food banks in the USA, Second Harvest Food Bank provides food to nearly a quarter of a million people each month, working to end hunger in our community. (Pictured: Volunteering at SHFB's processing facility)

House of Hope assists homeless families in Massachusetts in gaining stable accommodation, from emergency shelter to permanent housing. 

Gearing up for cycle challenge

The Loughmahon Corporate Cycle Challenge aims to provide valuable help to local causes. This was the third year of the challenge and €23,000 was recently donated, in conjunction with Cork Foundation, to six local causes. (Pictured: Cylists gear up for the 120km challenge)

the Government High School in Domlor near our Bangalore office provides education to children from disadvantaged backgrounds.


Christmas Cake Sale for the Honey Pot Charity

The Honeypot Children’s Charity provides respite breaks and outreach support to children at risk and young carers. (Pictured:Christmas cake sale for honeypot)