Flogas supports two great causes this Christmas
Flogas Ireland was once again delighted to contribute €1,500 to St. Vincent de Paul in the run up to Christmas 2018. Eoin O’Flynn, Roy Masterson and Peter Brosnan of Flogas Ireland stepped in to present the cheques to the charity’s representatives in Drogheda, Cork and Ballyhaunis. John Rooney, managing director, Flogas Ireland, said “St Vincent de Paul provides wonderful support to many in the local communities close to our terminals and other facilities. We are glad to be able to support them financially at this time of year.”
At our Belfast offices, Gary Hanna, sales manager for Flogas NI, presented a £500 cheque to Gillian Breen, Community Fundraiser from TinyLife (formerly NIMBA). TinyLife is dedicated to reducing premature birth, illness, disability and death in babies born in Northern Ireland. Last year, almost 2,000 babies spent time in neonatal units in Northern Ireland and TinyLife is committed to providing a range of support services to meet the needs of their families in addition to support vital research into the area.
Eoin O’Flynn, marketing manager, Flogas Ireland (2nd on right) presenting a donation on behalf of the company to Michael Grogan, area President, St Vincent de Paul Drogheda, Hannah Dunne and Gillian Tuite Rice, to support the charity’s annual Christmas Appeal
Peter Brosnan of Flogas Ireland (left) presented a cheque for €500 to Anne McKernan, south-west regional fundraising officer, Paddy O’Flynn, south-west regional vice-president, Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Cork.
Roy Masterson of Flogas Ireland (right) presents a €500 cheque to Jarlath Fahey, a member of the St Vincent de Paul Ballyhaunis Conference.
Gary Hanna, sales manager presents a £500 cheque to Gillian Breen, Community Fundraiser for TinyLife (formerly NIMBA), Northern Ireland’s premature and vulnerable baby charity.