Hope for Haiti with Manor Farm

Manor Farm and Haven are gearing up to help build a sustainable chicken business to benefit communities in Haiti

Irish chicken producer Manor Farm is gearing up to launch its Bringing Hope to Haiti on-pack promotion in retail trade across the multiples, symbol groups and independent butchers. The initiative has been created with Manor Farm's charity partner Haven.

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2 August 2019 | 0

Irish chicken producer Manor Farm has teamed with charity Haven for the ‘Bringing Hope to Haiti’ on-pack promotion in the retail trade across supermarkets, symbol groups and independent butchers. Manor Farm and Haven have been partners since 2015, with volunteer teams travelling to Haiti to help support families locally become more self sufficient.

Throughout August and September, a 10c donation will be made to Haven for every Manor Farm fresh chicken pack sold.

“We are delighted to partner with Haven again this year,” says Vincent Carton of Manor Farm. “We have a team of 20 volunteers from the company travelling to Haiti from Ireland, Norway and Denmark. Our objective this year is to reach an overall target tof €200,000.

“As a business with a long Irish heritage,” Carton added, “we support a number of charities in Ireland. Partnering with Haven has allowed us to broaden our CSR commitment, share our values and expertise, and help educate families in Haiti to become more self-sufficient.”

The Manor Farm Bringing Hope to Haiti on-pack promotion will be supported in retail with in-store POS visibility, as well as the on-pack 10c Haven donation message to coincide with the team travelling to Haiti.

Since 2015, Manor Farm has constructed over 40 chicken coops in Haiti and contributed to local community projects in education and clean water access. The Bringing Hope to Haiti project will culminate in September 2019,  when 20 volunteers from Manor Farm Ireland and Scandi Standard will travel to Haiti.

To learn more, visit Manorfarm.ie or Havenpartnership.com.

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