Kerry Charities And Groups Invited To Apply For Aldi Community Grants Programme

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Pictured at the launch of Aldi’s 2022 Community Grants programme is Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development with Padraig Barry, Communications Director with Aldi Ireland and Rhiannon McClelland, SOSAD Monaghan. Photo: Conor McCabe Photography

ALDI Ireland has  launched its 2022 Community Grants programme, inviting charities and community groups across Kerry to apply for funding through their local Aldi store.

Aldi staff will distribute more than 160 €500 bursary grants through the programme this year, totalling to over €80,000 worth of funding for Irish causes that contribute vital work and services to their local communities.

Eight grants will be distributed amongst Kerry charities and community organisations. Staff from each of Aldi’s Kerry-based stores will select a charity or community organisation in their local area to award the bursary to, enabling Aldi’s staff to help the local good causes they care about.

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Charities wishing to put themselves forward for the bursary donation can apply at their local Aldi store.

The initiative was launched by Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys TD, at Aldi’s Carrickmacross Store, Co. Monaghan.

By the end of 2022, Aldi’s Community Grants programme will have donated €537,000 to over 1,000 local charity branches and community groups across Ireland since its inception in 2016.

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