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Monday 18 March 2019

Tesco fund to help local causes over the next six week cycle

Swords Boxing Club is one of the beneficiaries of the Tesco Community Fund to help it discover more champions like last year’s Leinster title winning star, Molly Bennett pictured here with her family and coaches from the local club
Swords Boxing Club is one of the beneficiaries of the Tesco Community Fund to help it discover more champions like last year’s Leinster title winning star, Molly Bennett pictured here with her family and coaches from the local club

Tesco Ireland has announced the 396 local projects, including a number here in Fingal, that are participating in the new cycle of the Tesco Community Fund.

For the remaining six weeks, customers are being encouraged to use their blue tokens in Tesco's 151 stores to vote for their preferred local cause enabling them to make a big difference in communities' right across Ireland.

In the Dublin region alone, the Tesco Community Fund has supported 3,999 local projects to date donating over €1,209,000 since 2014. Over the next six weeks Tesco's stores across Dublin will be using their blue token to support a wide range of local projects:

Tesco Swords will be supporting Order Of Malta Ambulance Corps Swords, Swords Educate Together National School Swords Boxing Club

Aoife Donohoe, Head of Corporate Affairs Tesco Ireland said: 'At Tesco we are delighted to see the Community Fund support such wonderful local initiatives. The Tesco Community Fund is open to a wide variety of good causes or groups...'

Fingal Independent

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