Aldi launches call for applications to its 2023 Community Grants Programme

Some of the many previous beneficiaries of the Aldi Community Grants Programme, include BUMBLEance and Blue Dolphins Special Olympic Club

Over €80,000 in bursary grants to be donated to charities and community groups across Ireland



28 February 2023

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Aldi Ireland has launched its 2023 Community Grants programme, with over €80,000 worth of bursary grants set to be distributed to Irish charities and community groups throughout the year.

The retailer is calling on charities and community organisations to visit their local Aldi store during the months of March and April and nominate their organisation for a €500 bursary grant.

Staff from each of Aldi’s 155 stores, its two distribution centres and corporate offices will then vote for a charity or community organisation in its local area to receive the bursary, enabling Aldi staff to help the worthy and impactful causes they care most about in their local communities.

This year, Aldi will distribute over €80,000 in bursary grants through the programme, which it says will help fund more than 165 Irish causes that contribute vital work and services to their local communities.

“It is with great pride that we announce the return of our Community Grants programme for 2023,” said Liz Fox, corporate responsibility director at Aldi Ireland.

“Each year, we continue to be amazed by the fantastic work carried out by charities and community organisations in the communities we operate in, and we once again look forward to supporting their work.

“At Aldi, we understand that the past few years have been extremely challenging for many people in our society,” Fox added. “As people across the country continue to contend with inflation and a cost-of-living crisis, it is vital that we continue to support the many local organisations that do such great work in our communities throughout the country.”

To date, Aldi’s Community Grants programme has donated over €535,000 to over 1,000 local charity branches and community groups across Ireland since its inception in 2016. Receiving charities and organisations range from rescue teams to animal sanctuaries, cancer support to mental health support, or any charitable organisation that resonates with Aldi colleagues.

Previous beneficiaries of Aldi’s 2022 Community Grants programme include Galway Hospice Foundation, CUAN Cancer Support Cavan, Cobh Community Hospital, Dogs Trust, Blue Dolphins Special Olympic Club and BUMBLEance.




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