Maxol announces two-day charity event
The Sandyford branch of Maxol, on Dublin's south side, is helping to raise funds for the company's charity partner Aware this week.
20 September 2016
The Sandyford branch of Maxol, on Dublin’s south side, is helping to raise funds for the company’s charity partner Aware this week. This Friday and Saturday, 23 and 24 September, a Bake Sale will take place from 10am until 6pm.
Maxol Sandyford has put out the call to all local and visiting customers to support a worthy cause, with all proceeds going to Aware, the respected mental health charity. During the two-day event, the forecourt will be busy raising funds with the bake sale along with car washing, raffles and face painting.
Aware, founded in 1985, aims to promote positive mental health in communities across Ireland.
It is also helping to support the important issue of youth mental health through Aware’s ‘Beat the Blues’ schools programme for teenagers aged 15-18.
Speaking about the fundraising event Tony Harnett licensee at Maxol Sandyford said:
“Mental health is such an important topic in Ireland,” says Tony Harnett, licensee at Maxol Sandyford,”and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to raise funds for this cause. We look forward to seeing our customers who are always very supportive to us. I hope that everyone enjoys the two day event in aid of ‘Aware’.
The charity partnership between Aware and Maxol is set to run until at least the end of 2017. It will support the range and level of important services delivered by Aware in the Republic of Ireland and Aware NI in Northern Ireland.