3 March 2016
By Tom O’Sullivan
Lidl staff in Cork are celebrating this week as they revealed they have raised a fantastic €77,753 for their chosen charity, Barretstown. This has helped the retailer smash their national fundraising target by raising €1.2 million for Barretstown, €200,000 more than their initial target of €1 million in 3 years.
Barretstown offers free, medically endorsed camps and programmes that are designed for children and their families living with cancer and serious illness.
The funds will go towards providing programmes that are medically endorsed and designed to give children back their confidence and self-esteem. Lidl would like to thank all their customers who supported this great cause.Follow TheCork.ie (The Online Newspaper for Cork, Ireland) on social media