Aldi awarded Irish Red Cross’ Corporate Impact Award

Derry Gray of BDO presents the Red Cross Corporate Imact Award to Padraig Barry, communications director, Aldi Ireland

The Irish Red Cross Humanitarian Awards 2019 have taken place, with Aldi Ireland recognised for its ongoing efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and promote environmental and social concerns in its store network.

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19 November 2019 | 0

Aldi Ireland has been honoured with the Corporate Impact Award at the Irish Red Cross Humanitarian Awards 2019. The accolade recognises the retailer’s exemplary contribution to environmental projects such as carbon reduction and plastics and packaging initiatives. The reach and impact of Aldi’s work played a major role in securing the coveted award.

Commenting on the win, John Curtin, group buying director, said the company is honoured to be a recipient of the award. “As a company,” he said, “we have strived to put Corporate Responsibility at the core of our activities. It is very important that our environmental projects form part of our core business.

“This award signals that the work Aldi is doing is making a significant impact,” he added, “and that is something that we as a company are extremely proud of.”

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