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Corporate Ireland 'should do more for the world's poor'

Graham Clifford

Published 26/09/2015 | 02:30

Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon pictured with Carmel Buckley, Michael O’Reilly and Billy Glennon at the Annual Mustard Seed charity event in the Mansion House, Dublin. Pic: Mark Condren
Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon pictured with Carmel Buckley, Michael O’Reilly and Billy Glennon at the Annual Mustard Seed charity event in the Mansion House, Dublin. Pic: Mark Condren

Corporate Ireland and entrepreneurs should be doing more to help the world's poor and vulnerable, according to a director of the Irish Friends of Mustard Seed - a charity caring for thousands of abandoned children across the globe.

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Billy Glennon was speaking at the third annual fund-raising event for the charity in Dublin's Mansion House yesterday. "It's time for us to give back and be world leaders in tackling such problems.

The event was attended by the charity's founder, Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon and Carmel Buckley, co-founder of NGO Haven.

Irish Independent

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