Jacob Jack

Griolladh's 1st Birthday Bray to Malahide Charity Walk

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We Provide food and day care facilities to homeless people or in need.


Jacob Long and Jack Brennan, the founders of grilled cheese go-to Griolladh, will celebrate the success of their lockdown start up with a charity walk in aid of The Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People. On Saturday 19th June, Jacob and Jack will start off from Bray at 8am and walk 45k to Malahide, the site of their first Griolladh food truck exactly one year ago. Donations are welcome at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/griolladh. A percentage of Griolladh sales that week will be donated, and Griolladh will also match the amounts donated in the collection boxes at each of their 5 locations!

“The Capuchin Day Centre goes the distance so that no one goes hungry. We were looking for a way to mark a great first year for our fledgling food business and what better way to show our gratitude for the support we’ve received than to support their work with homeless people and those in need,” said Jacob. “It’ll be a long day and a long walk, but we plan to liven it up by logging our progress on social media, and a few friends will join us along the way!”

About the charity

To provide food and day care facilities for people who are Homeless or in need and marginalised people living in poverty. The ethos of the CDC is to deliver a wholistic and non-judgemental service to our clients. The CDC makes no charge for it's services.

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