Company At Kerry Tech Park Raises Funds For Childhood Cancer Foundation

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Pictured at the presentation of funds on Monday were Marie Lynch (ENERCON), Mary Claire Rennick (Childhood Cancer Foundation), Mark Griffin (ENERCON), Gerard O’Donoghue (ENERCON) and Siobhan Flahive (ENERCON). Photo by Tom O’Donoghue Kingdom Photography

A COMPANY at Kerry Technology Park has raised funds for a great cause through events held by employees in the past year.

Mary Claire Rennick from the Childhood Cancer Foundation was presented with a cheque of €750 by Mark Griffin of ENERCON Windfarm Services Ireland on Monday.

The Childhood Cancer Foundation was ENERCON’s 2017 charity of the year. The CCF was founded in 2013 by parents and family members of children with cancer.

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The primary goal of CCF is to raise awareness among the Irish public of issues surrounding childhood cancer, to advocate for improved services for children and families affected by childhood cancer and to help fund vital supports for parents and children who are affected by this disease.

Currently, CCF is working with University Hospital Kerry on improvements to isolation room facilities in Tralee and the money raised by ENERCON will support this directly.

ENERCON manufactured their first turbine in Aurich, Germany in 1984, In 2010 they opened their Irish HQ in Tralee and now employ 200 highly skilled staff  in areas such as Turbine construction, Turbine maintenance, Administration, Finance, Payroll, HR, Technical support, Customer relations, H&S, Grid operations, PM and IT.

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