Irish Sun to publish charity edition on Easter Monday

The Irish Sun will showcase the work of Ireland's charitable sector in stories and provide all the details to help readers donate to these worthy causes

All advertising space in Easter Monday's newspaper will be donated to charities while accompanying editorial will tell their stories.

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10 April 2020 | 0

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Many charities have been hit badly by the coronavirus, with cancelled fundraising days and a decrease in donations.

With that in mind, Ireland’s best-selling daily tabloid newspaper, The Irish Sun, is stepping up to give these worthwhile causes a platform.

All advertising space in Easter Monday’s newspaper will be donated to charities allowing them an opportunity to connect with the public while accompanying editorial will tell their stories.

Irish Sun editor Kieran McDaid said the newspaper saw a chance to bolster the efforts of volunteers and charities who are going above and beyond to maintain services.

“Many people have been badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but volunteers and charities are still doing great work to help those most in need so this is our chance to help them,” McDaid said.

“We’ll be donating advertising space, showcasing the work of our charitable sector in stories and providing all the details to help readers donate to worthy causes,” he added. “It’s the perfect time for some good news.”

Look out for this extraordinary edition on Monday and pledge your support.

 

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