Seven Kerry Charities And Community Groups Receive Grants From ALDI

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Pictured at the launch of Aldi’s 2022 Community Grants programme earlier this year were  Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development with Rhiannon McClelland, SOSAD Monaghan and Padraig Barry, Communications Director with Aldi Ireland.

SEVEN Kerry-based charities and community groups have become the latest beneficiaries of ALDI’s Community Grants programme, with each charity receiving a €500 grant from the ALDI store teams in Kerry.

Receiving the €500 grants are Kilgarvan Central School, My Canine Companion, St. Francis Special School, Children’s Health Foundation, Youth Suicide Prevention, Castleisland Day Care Centre and Sera Husky and Animal Rescue.

ALDI’s Community Grants programme helps fund local charities and community organisations that contribute vital work and services in their local communities.

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Each local charity supported is chosen by ALDI employees, enabling them to help the local good causes they are passionate about.

The eight ALDI stores in Kerry have donated over 126,000 meals to local charities through ALDI’s partnership with FoodCloud, saving the charities almost €160,000.

ALDI partners with seven innovative Kerry food and drink producers, spending over €15.5 million with them in 2021.

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