Tralee Sports Organisation The Latest To Benefit From Tesco Community Fund

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Mike Culloty, Niobe O'Brien, James Rusk, Helen Rusk, Paul Dolan, Cathy Hogan and Fergal O'Brien. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

At the cheque handover from Tesco Community Fund at Manor to Tralee International Children’s Games were, from left: Mike Culloty, Niobe O’Brien (Tesco), James Rusk, Helen Rusk, Paul Dolan, Cathy Hogan and Fergal O’Brien. Photo by Gavin O’Connor.

A TRALEE based sports initiative has received €456.79 from the Tesco Manor West Community Fund.

Tralee International Children’s Games is the latest group to benefit from the Tesco charity initiative locally over the past eight weeks, along with Scoil Mhuire agus Naomh Teresa Currow and The Irish Society for Autism.

A total of €1,000 is divided out between three causes at the end of each campaign.

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Tesco pick the three causes or groups from the applications and every time customers shop in their local Tesco store, they receive a blue token at the checkout to place in the donation box of the local good cause they would most like to support.

At the end of the eight weeks the blue tokens are weighed and €1,000 euros is divided up and presented to the local causes.

Three GAA clubs are the current groups that will benefit from the fund – Austin Stacks, Abbeydorney and Firies.

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