Since 2014, with your help we have donated nearly €2 million and supported over 5,000 good causes countrywide including schools, animal shelters, sports groups, elderly care centres, health organisations and much more.
The causes supported by the Tesco Community Fund come in all shapes and sizes and some of these groups in Leinster, which we are about to show you, are certainly a testament to that. From scouts, to therapeutic horse riding, to powerchair soccer, your blue tokens are doing great work in the East of the country.
Don’t forget you can nominate any local cause that’s near and dear to your heart, in the hope that they will benefit from the Tesco Community Fund. Some of the beneficiaries in Munster have included marine rescue, transport shuttles to health services and even a donkey sanctuary.
Also, the wide range of causes that we support with your help proves that community means something different to everyone. In Ulster, one of your favourite causes is a family resource centre that offers support services, classes or even just a friendly chat.
Thanks to your support of the Tesco Community Fund, we’ll be able to bring you updates on some more of the causes you’ve been supporting in the West since the fund started. We loved hearing back from one of the beneficiaries, Murrisk National School that used their proceeds from the blue tokens to bring some ceol into the classroom.
Every time you shop at Tesco you’re doing your part to help thousands of local causes across the country. Use this form to nominate a cause in your area that's close to your heart.
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The members of St. Mary's Brass and Reed Band are using our donations to buy new uniform coats for winter recitals. After all they have a reputation to uphold. They did win best dressed band at a Limerick marching band competition in the 1980s.
Since 1978, the Tramore Cliff Rescue team has come to the assistance of those in danger around the cliffs of Tramore and surrounding areas. After years of devoted service to the local community, the Tramore Cliff Rescue team has built up new skills and expanded its expertise to take part in mountain rescue operations.
The Midlands Astronomy Club is the only amateur astronomy club in the country that has its own observing site just outside of Tullamore Co. Offaly. The Tesco Community Fund is helping the club purchase new telescopes so they can continue to attract new members.
The Ballincollig Gymnastics Club has reached great heights to date. However, all of this success requires lots of practice and training. Thanks to the Community Fund and the support of the Ballincollig store, they have just ordered a 12m x12m fully sprung floor from the UK.
The Deise Animal Sanctuary in the heart of Waterford is a safe haven for neglected and mistreated animals. The Tesco Community Fund has helped the animal sanctuary with supplies for the animals including Misty the Goat.
Since 2014, with your help we have donated nearly €2 million and supported over 5,000 good causes countrywide including schools, animal shelters, sports groups, elderly care centres, health organisations and much more. It's all part of the Tesco Community Fund.