Weʼre raising £30,000 to help & support the homelessness crisis in Ireland, children & families, mental awareness and help to support our staff to travel to Kenya
- 14 days to go
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In 2018 Frylite Ltd are celebrating 30 Years in business & we want to raise £30,000 to help families and the local community throughout 2018 & 2019.
We are planning a variety of events throughout Ireland to raise awareness on homelessness, mental health, Children with Cancer & many more areas that affect local families. In 2019 we also plan to send some of our staff to Kenya to help out in the local schools & projects.
It is going to be a fun packed year of fundraising and we really need as much help as possible to raise £30,000.
All money raised will go towards the following:
- Helping people on the brink of homelessness and make a real and lasting difference to those individuals, families and children currently living in emergency accommodation.
- Providing care and support for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
- Counselling and Respite Services for families
-Raising awareness of Mental Health in Ireland.
- Frylite Mount Errigal Walk - July 2018
- Frylite Gala Ball - November 2018
-CEO Eamon McCay & Senior Managers will sleep out for one night to raise awareness on homelessness in October 2018
-Frylite helping in Kenya - February 2019
- On Your Bike Event - staff will complete an indoor cycle event covering the miles to each one of the Frylite depots. March 2019
Plus many more!
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About the fundraiser
Frylite is Ireland's leading supplier of fresh cooking oil and collector of waste oil. With a reputation that has been built on exceptional quality products and service, we have an unbeatable wealth of knowledge and expertise of the food service sector throughout Ireland.